Sweeney Confirms Three UFA's Won't Be Back.

Published June 1, 2018 at 11:58

The Boston Bruins have a couple of decisions to make this summer regarding UFA's and it looks like they've already reached a decision on at least three of them. 

Bruins general manager Don Sweeney confirmed on Thursday that Paul Postma, Kenny Agostino and Brian Gionta will not be offered any sort of contract this summer and will be allowed to walk to free agency. Sweeney also mentioned he'd be interested in bringing back Austin Czarnik but might not be able to match any deal he receives from other teams. 

"Postma, Agostino, Gionta will not be offered contracts...I think Austin [Czarnik] is intrigued by what may exist elsewhere. We certainly haven't closed the door. We don't think he has as well."

It's also interesting to note that Sweeney didn't include Tommy Wingels, Rick Nash, Tim Schaller and Nick Holden in those comments, meaning there's a chance they could be back with the Bruins. 

Would you like to see any of them back with the Bruins next season?

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