We're getting to the end of training camp, which means it's time for the more controversial cuts!
The Bruins announced their latest training camp transactions today, sending nine players home from NHL camp.
The biggest names: Marc McLaughlin, John Beecher, and Fabian Lysell, who will all be heading to Providence.
McLaughlin was making a strong case to holding onto a roster spot, but didn't end up making the cut:
Montgomery notes that McLaughlin has “had a great camp,” but they want him to continue to work on his details down in Providence. Have to imagine he’ll earn plenty of top-six minutes down there to start.— Conor Ryan (@ConorRyan_93) October 6, 2022
Jack Ahcan and Kyle Keyser will be joining Beecher, McLaughlin, and Lysell in Providence.
Keith Kinkaid, Joona Koppanen, Vinni Lettieri, and Dan Renouf were placed on waivers and will report to Providence if they clear.
Notable names still in the mix include Jack Studnicka, who appears set to make the team, and Chris Wagner, who is hanging around.
Your thoughts? Disappointed to see McLaughlin go down?