Boston Bruins Resign Forward Austin Czarnik
According to reports, the Boston Bruins have resigned on of their forwards.
The Boston Bruins have resigned forward Austin Czarnik. The deal for the 24-year-old is a 1-year 2-way deal worth $675,000.
If Czarnik is in AHL-Providence he will make $150,000, if in Boston $675,000. The former Miami University forward was a restricted free agent with arbitration rights which he elected not to file. With the two-way nature of the contract, Czarnik’s number is not currently factored into the Bruins cap space of $12,976,665.
Last season for the Boston Bruins Czarnik played in 49 games scoring 5 goals and 8 assists in his rookie season. The Detroit Michigan native is likely to be in the running for one of the fourth line wing jobs to start the season. Czarnik, being a right shot forward, signed as a free agent by Boston on April 1st, 2015. Czarnik played four seasons for Miami Ohio and was the teams Captain for two of those seasons.
Czarnik, a right shot forward, signed as a free agent by Boston on April 1st, 2015. Czarnik played four seasons for Miami Ohio and was the teams Captain for two of those seasons.
Down in Providence, he has had immense success with an AHL rookie season that saw him total 61 points during the 2015-16 season.
Boston still has two key RFA pieces who have yet resigned. One being Ryan Spooner and the other being David Pastrnak. Spooner filed for arbitration and is rumored to be valued at $3 million. Pastrnak, on the other hand, can range from $5-7 million per season. There is no report at this time on how close either player is to a deal.