Photo: London Knights forward and Boston Bruins prospect Seth Griffith capped off his OHL career with a second consecutive appearance in the Memorial Cup Tournament (courtesy of Terry Wilson/OHL Images)
After going undrafted in his first year of eligibility, Seth Griffith locked in.
“When you’re drafted right away you might want to sit back a little bit,” Griffith said. “I got in the right mindset that I had to keep working and that good things would happen.”
Photo: University of North Dakota goaltender and Boston Bruins prospect Zane Gothberg starred for the USHL’s Fargo Force before moving on to UND (courtesy of UND Athletics/Eric Classen)
Despite being a sixth round pick in 2010, Zane Gothberg has caught the attention of the Boston Bruins upper management as the University of North Dakota goaltender continues to impress.
Photo: Boston University defenseman and Boston Bruins prospect Matt Grzelcyk was one of the top rookies playing in Hockey East last season (courtesy of Michael Tureski/Icon SMI)
Being a 5'9” defenseman is no easy task, but Boston Bruins prospect and Boston University defenseman Matt Grzelcyk is making a quick impression.
Photo: Forward Ryan Fitzgerald was selected by the Boston Bruins 120th overall in the 2013 NHL Draft. Fitzgerald is expected to attend Boston College in the Fall. (courtesy Bill Wippert/NHLI via Getty Images)
Despite not having a first round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft, the Boston Bruins had several late picks that could turn out to be steals when all is said and done. There were rumors that Tyler Seguin might be moved at the draft, however that trade came in the following days, when he was moved in package to the Dallas Stars as part of a blockbuster seven-player trade.
Photo: Selected second overall in 2010, forward Tyler Seguin is the highest drafted pick the Boston Bruins have made since they took Joe Thornton first overall in 1997. (courtesy of Robin Alam/Icon SMI)
The 2013 season did not end the way the Boston Bruins would have liked, but the 2013 NHL Draft will give the organization the ability to add some needed depth to their prospect ranks. The Bruins however will not be able to draft until 60th overall, as Boston moved its first round pick to Dallas, in the Jamoir Jagr trade.