The Boston Bruins have made another free agency move, this time retaining one of their young forwards. 

The team announced, Tuesday, that they have come to terms on a new contract with 25-year-old forward Sean Kuraly.

The two sides linked up on a three-year pact worth about just under $4 million in total.

Kuraly played his first full NHL season for the Bruins last year, logging 75 games, following an eight-game stint during the 2016-2017 campaign. In the 2017-2018 season, the forward tallied 14 points, including six goals.

The young winger did play well in the postseason, notching four points and a plus-five rating in 12 playoff games.


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