Stanley Cup champion Bruins re-sign defenceman Adam McQuaid to 3-year deal

Author:
Publish date:
The Hockey News

The Hockey News

BOSTON - The Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins have re-signed defenceman Adam McQuaid to a three-year contract extension that would keep him in the fold through the 2014-15 season.

The Bruins also signed minor league forward Craig Cunningham to an entry-level contract, and defenceman Zach McKelvie to a one-year deal.

McQuaid, 24, played in 67 games in his first full season with Boston, scoring three goals with 12 assists and 96 penalty minutes. His rating of plus-30 was best among rookies and fifth overall in the NHL.

McQuaid had four points and 14 penalty minutes in 23 games as the Bruins won their first Stanley Cup title since 1972.

TOP HEADLINES

Detroit Red Wings
Play

Detroit Red Wings: The Almost Playoff Dynasty

The Red Wings of the 1930s were just the third team to win consecutive Stanley Cups. Complacency prevented them from becoming the NHL's first tri-cup dynasty

Dylan Cozens
Play

Sabres' Dylan Cozens is Riding a Wave of Momentum

From the World Junior Championship to Buffalo's opening night roster, Dylan Cozens has had quite the past month.

FLA_Miller1
Play

Lane Miller: 'We need to be diverse. We need to be inclusive'

The Panthers VP of human resources is using her 15 years of experience in the sports industry to grow the game within the diverse market that is South Florida.