For the second time this season, the Bruins’ organization has parted ways with Chris Clark.
Today the Providence (AHL) farm club announced it has released the veteran forward from his PTO.
In six games for the P-Bruins, Clark failed to record a point after he was signed November 3. He’s a veteran of more than 600 NHL games. Clark attended Bruins main training camp as a tryout and was released just before the start of the regular season.
The Bruins are so hot, and their four lines are rolling so well, it would obviously take something drastic to open up an NHL job right now. The Bruins are carrying 13 forwards as it is, with Jordan Caron currently their regular healthy scratch.