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The Bruins announce a surprising move in preparation for game 3

Published May 9, 2024 at 1:45 PM

Today, Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney made an important announcement regarding the team's roster movements.

Forward Patrick Brown, who has had stints with multiple NHL teams, has been assigned to the Providence Bruins.

Bruins Assign Patrick Brown to Providence

Patrick Brown, aged 31, has contributed to the Bruins in various capacities this season. During the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs, he appeared in one game for Boston.

Over the course of the regular season, he played 11 games, during which he recorded one assist. His performance was more notable in Providence, where he played 42 games and scored 32 points, including 11 goals and 21 assists.

Throughout his NHL career, Brown has played 149 games, scoring a total of 25 points with teams including Ottawa, Philadelphia, Vegas, Carolina, and Boston.

The Bloomfield Hills, Michigan native originally entered the NHL when he was signed by the Carolina Hurricanes as a free agent in 2014.

This move to Providence marks another chapter in his professional journey, providing him with more opportunities to play and develop further.
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