Bruins Prospect Kuraly Recalled From AHL Providence

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By: Mark Allred  ( @BlackAndGold277 )

Per theahl.com transactions, The Boston Bruins have recalled Center Sean Kuraly from their AHL affiliate the Providence Bruins. The 23-year-old Dublin, Ohio native joined the B’s earlier today and was at the morning skate according to the official Bruins Twitter account below.

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Looks like Patrice Bergeron is sitting out for tonight’s road game against the Florida Panthers at 7 pm.

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Sean Kuraly Stats Provided In This Link: http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=49938

The 6′-2″ 205-pound center has played eight career games in the AHL (all with Providence) and has contributed one assist in his time with the Bruins top minor-pro affiliate. Kuraly is a Miami University Graduate that came to the Bruins organization via a trade with the San Jose Sharks that had goaltender Martin Jones going the other way.

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About Mark Allred Jr

Long-time Boston Bruins fan and former beer league goaltender for over 30-years on the ice, Inline, and Dek-Hockey throughout New England. Retired and needed a hobby so writing about the B's talent in the lower levels of developmental hockey is my favorite topic and main focus. It's important to know about tomorrow's stars today in my opinion.
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