Report: David Warsofsky signs with Bruins UPDATED

By Scott McLaughlin and Arielle Aronson/DFP Staff

Defenseman David Warsofsky has elected to forgo his senior season and sign with the Bruins, according to the Providence Journal. The article says Warsofsky was at the AHL Providence Bruins’ practice Thursday morning.

Warsofsky tallied 22 goals and 46 assists for 68 points in three seasons at BU. He was picked in the fourth round of the 2008 NHL draft by the St. Louis Blues. The Bruins acquired his rights earlier this season in a trade for Vladimir Sobotka.

The Bruins have not officially announced the signing yet.

Edited to add: The Daily Free Press was able to reach Warsofsky, who confirmed he has signed an entry-level contract with the Bruins and will be playing for Providence.

14 thoughts on “Report: David Warsofsky signs with Bruins UPDATED”

  1. Good Luck Dave, Hope to see you at TD sometime in future. Now what for BU? Weak PP this year even with DW at the point. Current crop of d men not getting the puck to the net. IMHO Parker MUST try some other players at the point on PP. Gotta get tix to see P Bruins playing soon.

  2. The BU defense just improved immensely with Warso gone.

    Hey Warso, the BU degree wouldn’t do much for you anyways so you made the right choice. You bolted before the Bruins realized how bad you are on defense.

  3. If Warso is the leader Parker claims he is, it will be interesting to see which BU players follow his lead and leave early.

  4. They re playing Worcester this Friday and next saturday in Worcester. That would be Colby Cohen and Warsofsky against Pereira,McCarthy and Sullivan

  5. Why would Millan leave?

    He’s not a good college goalie and he would never get a chance to be an NHL goalie.

  6. Chiasson wanted to leave last year after he was suspended for the Beer Bash but Warso (the organizer) wasn’t.

  7. “Also on May 6, the Free Press reported that another player who had not been named to that point would be suspended for a separate incident that occurred earlier in the season. Parker confirmed on Wednesday that that player was Chiasson and that he had broken team rules. Parker said he hadn’t named Chiasson or announced the suspension earlier because the punishment had not been decided yet.”

    A SEPARATE INCIDENT meaning not for the beer bash you moron. you are literally too stupid to insult. at least me and my blogging comrade do a little research before we stay stupid things haha.

  8. Jack Parker continues to embarrass BU hockey as well as Boston University:

    Hockey East reprimands coaches Cronin, Parker
    USCHO Staff Report Friday, March 25, 2011

    Hockey East announced Thursday that it had written letters of reprimand to Northeastern head coach Greg Cronin and Boston University head coach Jack Parker for their actions following the March 13 quarterfinal game at Agganis Arena.

    Post-game that night, Cronin and Parker allegedly had a face-to-face argument on the ice and the referees had to separate the two.

    Both coaches have acknowledged that their behavior was inappropriate and all parties involved have issued appropriate apologies.

    The reprimands were issued jointly by Hockey East commissioner Joe Bertagna and Massachusetts director of athletics John McCutcheon, the chair of the Hockey East Executive Committee.

  9. Anyone who watched that incident unfold knew Parker did nothing wrong there. If anything he defused the situation. Cronin was the one who grabbed an opposing player. Parker handled the situation perfectly. Good try though troll.

  10. Hey Glass (or Glass family/friends)…enough already with the Parker bashing. Grow up and get on with your life!

  11. Hockey East sure thought Jack Parker did a lot wrong…hence the reprimand.

    Jack Parker…embarrassing BU for multiple decades!

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