- Boston Bruins facing tough roster decision with 19-year-old center Matthew Poitras
- Poitras impresses with a strong performance in a preseason game
- Limited options for Poitras this season, likely to return to Guelph Storm in OHL
The Boston Bruins are facing a tough roster decision with 19-year-old center Matthew Poitras. Poitras, the 54th pick in the 2022 Entry Draft, has impressed in training camp and was the Bruins’ best forward in a recent preseason game. However, his limited options prevent him from playing in the AHL, leaving the Bruins with the choice of keeping him in the NHL or sending him back to the Guelph Storm. While Poitras shows promise, it may be more beneficial for his development to return to the OHL for another season. Ultimately, the decision will be a challenge for coach Jim Montgomery and the Bruins’ front office.
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