Bruins land NCAA free agent defenseman Nick Wolff


Obviously two development camps in Boston got the Bruins on the inside track with defenseman Nick Wolff, and Wednesday they closed the deal with the former Minnesota-Duluth captain.

Wolff’s agency, Veritas Hockey, announced that Wolff signed his entry-level deal with Boston.

Breaking: University of Minnesota-Duluth captain Nick Wolff signs with the Boston Bruins. Details at

— Veritas Hockey (@VeritasHockey) March 18, 2020

The 6-foot-5, 229-pound Wolff helped the Bulldogs reach the NCAA title game three straight years and win two title in a row before this season. When the NCAA season cancelled, Wolff had 10 assists in 33 games for UMD, which was in second place in the NCHC.

In four seasons with the Bulldogs, Wolff had 14 goals and 39 assists in 156 games.

Wolff attended Bruins’ development camp each of the past two summers and now he follows in the footsteps of fellow UMD captain Karson Kuhlman, who has been a key contributor for the Bruins in the NHL the past two season.

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