Adam McQuaid, Drew Larman Assigned to Providence Bruins


Bruins forward Drew Larman and defenseman Adam McQuaid were assigned to Providence following Monday's 5-1 loss to Ottawa, as announced by GM Peter Chiarelli.

Larman made his Bruins debut on Nov. 18 in a game against the Senators.  He was signed as a free agent on July 13 and has skated in 43 games with Providence this season, posting five goals and four assists. In 23 NHL games with Boston and Florida, Larman has tallied two goals and one assist.

McQuaid, 23, made his Bruins debut on Dec. 19 in Toronto and has since played in eight games with Boston. In 29 games with the P-Bruins, he has tallied three goals and seven assists with 66 penalty minutes.

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