The Boston Bruins sent qualifying offers to all of their restricted free agents, with the exception of three players, general manager Don Sweeney said Tuesday.
“We did not qualify three players: Matt Lindblad, Rob Flick or Adam Morrison,” Sweeney said in a pre-free agency media conference call. “Doesn’t mean that we won’t revisit, but we were looking at a bunch of different things, to explore and that was the direction we went. So, we did qualify (Ryan) Spooner, (Brett) Connolly and (Martin) Jones.
The B’s had until Monday to send qualifying offers to RFAs.
Jones was traded Tuesday afternoon to the San Jose Sharks in exchange for a 2016 first-round draft pick and forward prospect Sean Kuraly.
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