The Bruins announced today that Boston University defenseman David Warsofsky has left the school after his junior season and has signed an entry-level deal with the Bruins organization to turn pro.
The Bruins obtained the rights to Warsofsky in a draft day deal this past summer that sent Vladimir Sobotka to St. Louis.
The 20-year-old Marshfield, MA native racked up 22 points (7-15-22) in 34 games for the Terriers this season. In three seasons under legendary college coach Jack Parker's watchful eye, Warsofsky recorded 68 points (22-46-68), won a National Championship, a Hockey East Championship, and a Beanpot title. The blue liner also served as captain of the US Under-18 team.
Warsofsky will report to the team's AHL club in Providence.