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Bruins sign reigning AHL MVP Kenny Agostino

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The former Yale standout was AHL MVP last season, and looking to make a fit in the NHL.

2013 NCAA Division I Men's Hockey Championships - Semifinals Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images

Agostino has spend part of the last few seasons between the NHL and the AHL, first with the Calgary Flames and last year with the St. Louis Blues. He tallied 24 goals and 59 assists, a total of 83 points, en route to winning AHL MVP, and looking at his progression from his seasons in the AHL, it’s a risk worth taking on Sweeney’s part to see if he’s ready for the big time.

EDIT (Saturday, 1:00 PM): Bob McKenzie has confirmed this move.