Tuesday, July 29, 2008

The Bruins resign a pair


Two RFAs, left winger Nate Thompson and center Martin St.Pierre are still in the Bruins organization, when they signed on Monday, new deals with the Original Six team­. The terms of the deals are unknown, but it is expected to be two-way deals, as both players played most of the time in the AHL last season.

Arkansas native, Thompson, played 75 games with Providence last season, scoring 19 goals and adding 20 assists for a total of 39 points. He also added 5 points in 10 playoffs games. Thompson was drafted at the 183th spot, on the 6th round at the 2003 entry draft.

As for St.Pierre, the Bruins obtained him in a minor deal with the Blackhawks, last week. Both team swapped prospect, as St.Pierre went to Bruins while the B's sent out Pascal Pelletier to Chicago. St.Pierre, a Ottawa native, played 5 games with Hawks last season, he did not registered a point and had a -3 rating. He also played 69 games in the AHL with Rockford, notching 21 goals and adding 67 assists. He was signed by Chicago as a free agent, in 2005.

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