Bruins Assign Vladimir Sobotka to Providence
Boston, MA - Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today that forward Vladimir Sobotka has been assigned to Providence (American Hockey League).
Sobotka split the 2007-2008 season between Boston and Providence. With Boston, he saw action in 48 regular season games and contributed one goal and six assists and added two goals in six postseason games. With Providence, he had 10-10-20 totals in 18 games. Sobotka was drafted by Boston in the fourth round (106th overall) in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft.
Well done. I like Sobotka a lot, he's small but he's gritty as heck and doesn't shy away from the physical play. However, I seem him as being a healthy scratch with Boston, at least for now. Let him play everyday down in Providence and continue to work on his game and he'll be back up before you know it. It also means I get to see him play in Provi's season opener tonight!
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