Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

P.E.I.'s Adam McQuaid traded by Bruins to Rangers

P.E.I.'s Adam McQuaid traded by Bruins to Rangers

He made his professional debut with the Bruins in 2010 and was a member of the Stanley Cup winning team.

McQuaid, 31, has spent his entire 11-year career with the Bruins since being acquired by the team from the Columbus Blue Jackets on May 17, 2007, in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick.

"We are very excited about the two teams we have this year, just as we thought the teams last year were a great fit for the China event", David Proper, the NHL's executive vice president of media and global strategy, recently told That's.

Bruins GM Don Sweeney made the announcement Tuesday morning.

"An incredible guy off the ice and in the room", he said.

McQuaid was travelling Tuesday and unable to be reached for comment. McQuaid played in all 12 of his team's playoff games, getting 13:19 per while recording a goal and assist while the Bruins were knocked out in the second round by Tampa Bay. "He willed himself, made himself into a really, really good player, and he won a Stanley Cup (2010-11 was his first full National Hockey League season) as a result".

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We too are excited, and today we are happy to announce that we have two pairs of free tickets to give away to two lucky That's readers (scroll down for more info). "10 years we've been together, going back to Providence", added Cassidy.

Adam McQuaid's ceiling is a bottom pairing defenseman.

Now, Cassidy can focus a little more on other roster situations, such as evaluating young centers Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson, Jack Studnicka and Trent Frederic, while also monitoring developments in the Boston-based camp assistant coach Joe Sacco will run.

Goalie Tuukka Rask, another of the few remaining Cup winners (Marchand, captain Zdeno Chara, and centers Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci are the others), said the work won't seem the same at first without McQuaid protecting him.

"It's tough to see him go".

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