BOSTON (AP) -Forwards Jeremy Reich and Matt Hendricks agreed to contracts Monday with the Boston Bruins.
Reich has played two seasons in the Bruins' organization, dividing time last season between Boston and its minor league affiliate in Providence, R.I. In 32 games for Boston, the left wing had one assist and 83 penalty minutes. He had four goals and seven assists and 105 penalty minutes in 46 games for Providence.
Hendricks played last season for Hershey of the AHL. He had 18 goals, 28 assists and 105 penalty minutes in 65 games.
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