The Boston Bruins were joined by two forwards during Tuesday morning's skate, the two will also travel to Denver with the team.  

To start, the team recalled Danton Heinen from Providence. The 22 year old has one assists in his lone game played at Providence so far this season. He led the P-Bruins in scoring during the 2017 Calder Cup playoffs, putting up nine goals and nine assists in 17 games. 

In a bit more surprising news, general manager Don Sweeney also announced that he's signed former Montreal Canadiens tough guy, Ryan White, to a PTO. 

White known almost exclusively as a fighter, split last season with Arizona and Minnesota racking up nine goals, seven assists and 84 penalty minutes in 65 games. The forward is just two seasons removed from a career season in Philadelphia where he scored 11 goals and added 16 assists and 101 penalty minutes. He signed a PTO with Vancouver Canucks during training camp but was unable to crack the roster. 

What do you think of Sweeney's latest moves?