Mar 5, 2014, 12:10 PM EDT
Boston has made a depth move for its blueline, grabbing former Edmonton defenseman Corey Potter off waivers.
Potter, 30, has spent the last three seasons in Edmonton following stints with the Rangers and Penguins. The Michigan State product had a career year in 2011-12, scoring 21 points in 62 games, but has failed to match that success in subsequent seasons, scoring four points in 33 games last year and making just 16 appearances this season, missing time with a groin injury.
Rumors suggest the Bruins were looking for a bigger move on defense than adding Potter, so don’t be surprised if GM Peter Chiarelli has another move in store. That said, Potter is a stopgap depth move in case nothing else comes to fruition — not unlike the one Chiarelli made last season, acquiring Wade Redden from St. Louis.
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