The Boston Bruins are back home after a very successful trip to California which ended with back-to-back wins over the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks.
The Bruins are off until Wednesday when the play at the surprising New Jersey Devils, however, they made a roster move upon their return home.
The team announced this evening that Kenny Agostino has been reassigned to the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League.
Agostino went along on the road trip after Anders Bjork and Brad Marchand were unable to travel with the team and he did not play in any of the three games. His demotion back to Providence is a good sign that the Bruins are expecting one or both of their injured forwards back in the lineup on Wednesday night.
Agostino has been a tremendous talent in the AHL, but he has yet to translate that success to the NHL. He has just two goals and six points in 22 career NHL games and just a lone assist in his five games with the Bruins this season.