Last offseason, the signing of Tim Schiller was a low-risk, high-reward fourth line signing. The more consistent he could play, the more time he’d see in the lineup. It paid dividends, as for a brief period of time, he found his way on the second line based on his play. Regardless, his fourth line consistency, albeit not always present on the scoreboard (7g, 7a in 59g), was worth re-signing him, and that’s just what the Bruins did.
Welcome back Tim (and those fantastic Timmy heads)!