The Boston Bruins and general manager Don Sweeney will watch one of their young forwards jump ship this offseason.
According to reports Peter Cehlarik has had enough of bouncing between the AHL and NHL and is headed overseas.
The Bruins 2013 3rd round pick registered 37 points in 48 games for the Providence Bruins this year which included 16 goals, but was only able to get in three games with the NHL Bruins.
He's only been able to register 11 points in 40 games at the NHL level so far despite being pretty consistent at the AHL level.
The 24 year old will be signing with HC Lugano of the Swiss league.
Boston Bruins forward Peter Cehlarik has reportedly agreed a deal to sign with HC Lugano of the Swiss NLA for next season. #NHLBruins https://t.co/N5YWH3ljvv
— NHL News (@puck_report2) May 29, 2020