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MONTREAL, QC - NOVEMBER 05: A detail of the Boston Bruins logo is seen during the second period against the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre on November 5, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. The Montreal Canadiens defeated the Boston Bruins 5-4. (Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images)

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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