All three players acquired by the Boston Bruins at the trade deadline are trying their best to report to Boston by Tuesday morning.
Defensemen Mike Mottau and Greg Zanon and forward Brian Rolston expressed their desires to crack the Bruins lineup immediately. Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said in a Monday early evening press conference that he expects Mottau and Rolston to be in Boston right away, while he warned that Zanon could be delayed. It was unclear if any of the three would see playing time Tuesday night when the Bruins host the Ottawa Senators.
To make room for the three newest roster members, recent callups Carter Camper (who just scored his first NHL goal in Saturday’s away win against the Senators), Andrew Bodnarchuk and Max Sauve were sent back down to AHL Providence.