Trader Donny wasn’t done last week.
After dealing Milan Lucic and Dougie Hamilton last Friday at the NHL Draft, Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney made a few more splashes Wednesday, signing forward Matt Beleskey to a five-year, $19 million contract and trading forward Reilly Smith and the contract of center Marc Savard to the Florida Panthers for Dorchester, Mass., native Jimmy Hayes.
Additionally, Sweeney re-signed center Ryan Spooner to a two-year contract worth approximately $1.9 million, and multiple reports suggest a similar deal for Brett Connolly, acquired from the Tampa Bay Lightning at least season’s trade deadline, is on the way.
The team also re-signed defenseman Adam McQuaid, traded for Philadelphia Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo, and acquired a 2016 first-round draft pick from the San Jose Sharks for goaltender Martin Jones, who Boston got in the original Lucic deal for the Los Angeles Kings.
With this flurry of moves, the Bruins will look like a much different team than the one that left the ice last April after missing the playoffs. But are you happy with the moves? Tell us what you think by tweeting to @NESN using the hashtag #NSTBruins, and tune in to NESN Sports Today on Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET for the results!
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