January 18th, 2010 by

Bruins recall Drew Larman

An announcement early this morning from Boston Bruins General Manager reports that the club has recalled forward Drew Larman from the AHL Providence Bruins on an emergency basis – and will be available for Monday’s game against the Senators.

The 24-year-old from Canton, MI, has played in 43 games for the Providence Bruins this season, tallying 5-4-9 totals. Larman was originally signed as a free-agent by the Florida Panthers in 2005, and went on to play in 22 NHL games for the Panthers – recording 2-1-3 totals and four penalty minutes.

This is the center’s first call-up to the Bruins, which indicates Steve Begin [day-to-day] may not be ready to go today.

Bruins host the Senators today at 1pm EST at the TD Garden.

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