On Tuesday, the Boston Bruins announced the signing of Boston College forward Marc McLaughlin to a two-year entry-level contract. The 22-year-old two-year captain scored 21 goals this season at The Heights and attended Bruins Development Camp last summer.
The North Billerica, Massachusetts native, is a lifelong Bruins fan and played for Team USA in the Winter Olympics in Beijing. At 6’0” 210 pounds, McLaughlin is a right-shot center who is regarded as one of the top available free agent college players in the nation.
This is the second Hockey East player to sign with Boston in the last week. The Bruins have also signed Providence College defenseman Michael Callahan.
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I hope my fellow Oilers fans had a nice week just to get away from the never-ending emotional rollercoaster that is our hockey team. The All-Stars had their fun, and now we can go back to the real hockey business. Edmonton is currently holding onto the second Wild Card spot in the Western Conference, three […]
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