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The Boston Bruins have bought out the final year of veteran right-winger Glen Murray’s contract. The team announced the move Saturday.
The 35-year-old Murray, a 16-year veteran, has scored 337 goals with 314 assists in 1,009 regular season games. Murray was in his second stint with the Bruins and was their first-round pick in 1991.
Earlier in the week, the Bruins swapped forwards with the Chicago Blackhawks, getting Martin St. Pierre in exchange for Pascal Pelletier.
St. Pierre played five games with the Blackhawks last season and spent the most time with Chicago’s AHL affiliate Rockford. He led the team in scoring, finishing with 21 goals and 67 assists in 69 games.