With the end of hockey seasons happening across North America, it’s time for prospects to turn pro. We have already seen Trevor Kuntar and Mason Lohrei turn pro, and there are reports that more prospects are coming.
With Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci suspected to retire in the near future, along with an impending cap crunch, the Bruins are going to rely on some bargain contracts in the coming years. It’ll be imperative that these prospects turn into meaningful players down the line.
Harrison spent his season with the OHL Oshawa Generals and Windsor Spitfires, totaling 69 points in 57 games. Harrison was a third round pick by the Bruins in 2021 and has already signed a three year entry level contract worth an AAV of $925k. He’s a 6’2” center with the ability to win puck battles with his stature.
Harrison has been impressive this season, and expectations are rising. As he transitions into his Pro career, he will have the opportunity to impress management while they find the future centers of the organization.
Brunet spent his season in the QMJHL with Rimouski and Victoriaville totaling 66 games played with 16 goals and 57 assists for 73 points.
The 6’2”, 185lbs defender was selected in the fifth round, 132 overall, in the 2022 NHL Draft by the Bruins. He will join a very talented Bruins defensive prospect group with Jack Ahcan and Mason Lohrei.
Myrenberg is a name some Bruins fans may not be familiar with. He was part of the return when the Bruins sent Jack Studnicka to the Vancouver Canucks earlier this season along with Michael Dipietro.
Myrenberg is a 19-year-old 6’2” defender playing in Hockey Allsvenskan this season. He was selected in the fifth round, 140th overall, in the 2021 NHL Draft by the Vancouver Canucks. This year he had four goals and eight assists in 49 games played.