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Boston Bruins prospect could walk away from the team, re-enter the Draft


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Cooper Godin
May 29, 2024  (12:08)
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Boston Bruins prospect Reid Dyck.
Photo credit: Swift Current Broncos

We're just under one month away from the National Hockey League's 2024 Entry Draft and there's no question who will be taken first overall - Macklin Celebrini. But in the goaltending category, we may have a late entrant, who could be one of the top five in his position selected next month.

According to Mark Divver of New England Hockey Journal and NHL.com, Boston Bruins prospect Reid Dyck could re-enter the Entry Draft next month is he's not signed by the organization by Saturday, June 1st.
Dyck, 20, was selected in the sixth round, 183rd overall by the Boston Bruins in 2022 and just completed his fourth season with the Western Hockey League's Swift Current Broncos. In 35 games for the Broncos, Dyck had a record of 25-7-2 with a 2.70 goals against average, a .911 save percentage and two shutouts.
At the conclusion of Swift Current's season, Dyck signed an amateur tryout contract (ATO) with the American Hockey League's Providence Bruins, but didn't appear in any games for the team as they second round to the Hartford Wolf Pack.
"Bruins 2022 sixth round pick Reid Dyck can re-enter NHL Draft if not signed by June 1. He went 25-7-2 with .911 save percentage for WHL's Swift Current in '23-24" Divver said.

The Bruins' goaltending pipeline isn't exactly deep and while they're set between the pipes for the at least the next few years with Jeremy Swayman and Linus Ullmark, if the latter isn't traded, it may be a smart decision to sign Reid Dyck before Saturday.
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