By Matt Dolloff, 985TheSportsHub.com
The Bruins made another waiver move on Wednesday. They are waiving forward Par Lindholm, according to Pierre LeBrun.
Lindholm, 29, played in 40 games last season for the Bruins, totaling three goals and three assists and averaging 11:15 of ice time. Here’s the full list of players being placed on waivers Wednesday:
Placed on waivers today:— Pierre LeBrun (@PierreVLeBrun) January 13, 2021
Par Lindholm (Bos)
Devin Shore (Edm)
Rodrigo Abols (Fla)
Kevin Connauton (Fla)
Dmytro Timashov (NYI)
Criotoval Nieves (TB)
Craig Anderson (Wash)
The move comes two days after the Bruins placed five other players on waivers, including 2015 first-round pick Zach Senyshyn. They also waived forwards Anton Blidh, Paul Carey, and Greg McKegg, and defenseman Steven Kampfer.
Boston continues to settle on an opening night lineup ahead of Thursday night’s season opener against the New Jersey Devils.
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