The Bruins didn’t sign anyone today that could help them get out of their current rut — a three-game losing streak and losses in five of their last seven outings.

However, they made a couple moves to bolster them for the future.

Boston signed undrafted goaltender Adam Morrison, who’s with the Vancouver Giants of the WHL (Milan Lucic’s old team), to an entry-level deal. And the Providence (AHL) farm club signed Bruins 2008 sixth-round draft pick Nicolas Tremblay to an Amateur Tryout Agreement. Tremblay just finished his senior year at Clarkson with 17-19-36 totals in 37 games.

In 56 games this season, the 21-year-old Morrison has posted a 35-17-3 record, a 2.80 goals-against average and a .900 save percentage.