The Boston Bruins have announced Friday, July 14th that they have agreed to contracts with two of their goaltenders. Both Zane McIntyre and Malcolm Subban each signed to a two-year deal worth $650,000.
McIntyre played eight games in the National Hockey League with the Bruins, going 0-4-1 with a GAA of 3.97 and a save percentage of 0.858%. Throughout all of the backup goaltending issues that the Bruins had last season, Zane often was sent back to the AHL with Providence. In 16 games with the P-Bruins, going 8-7-0 accompanied by a 2.57 GAA and 0.906 save percentage.
Malcolm Subban, on the other hand, played only a single game in the NHL, having a GAA only 5.88 and a save percentage of 0.813%. Subban also played in 32 games with the Providence Bruins, having a record of 11-14-1, a goals against average of 2.41 and a save percentage of 0.917.
The Bruins still have Anton Khudobin under contract for one more season at $1.2 million.