After a Thanos-esque round of cuts from camp on Wednesday, the Bruins made another cut from their NHL training camp Thursday, placing goaltender Troy Grosenick on waivers.
The 32-year-old Grosenick appeared in one game during the preseason, and stopped 11-of-12 shots faced during that appearance, which came back on Sept. 26 against the Capitals.
Signed to a one-year, two-way contract on the first day of free agency, the Wisconsin-born Grosenick came to the Bruins after posting a 1-1-0 record and .922 save percentage in two games with the Kings in 2021, and with a 2-2-0 record with a .933 save percentage in four career NHL games between the Kings and Sharks.
Brought into the mix as the organization’s new No. 3 goaltender, and likely to split Providence duties with Kyle Keyser, Grosenick has a 133-85-26 record, along with 16 career shutouts and a .911 save percentage, in 258 AHL games between Worcester (later relocated to San Jose), Milwaukee, and Ontario since the start of the 2013-14 season.
Grosenick’s move to the waiver wire also sets the Bruins’ tandem in net (not that you should’ve expected any sort of change there) with second-year pro Jeremy Swayman and $20 million free agent addition Linus Ullmark.
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