Bruins can’t do anything with Kampfer except keep him around

“Everyone talks about [how] you’ve gotta have an edge to your game,” said the rookie. “I’m not gonna lie, I was a little mad that we had the lead at the beginning of the third and we gave it right back. So, I think … personally, I thought something needed to change. And, when I saw Hartnell coming down with his head down there, I thought it was a perfect opportunity to step up and put a hit on him, and try and get this crowd back in the game.”

Every night it seems Kampfer exhibits more and more of his untapped potential. With 39 games left in the NHL season and the Bruins in the midst of a dog fight for a playoff spot and positioning, it’d be a shame if any of those impressive passes, clutch goals or puck-carrier-flipping hits occurred in the Ocean State.

The Bruins need to keep Kampfer, make him a full-time Boston resident and deny the folks in Hershey a chance to see him strut his stuff among the best of the AHL.

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