No Carl Soderberg out on the ice this morning, so he's still out with the sprained ankle.
Jordan Caron gets another game tonight with Soderberg still out of the lineup.
Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli said Soderberg was placed on IR Friday after being injured in Saskatoon. He is not available to play tomorrow but would be for Saturday if he is healthy.
Jordan Caron will take Soderberg's spot on the Bruins third line in tomorrow's tilt with Tampa Bay.
Source: @NHLBruins 10/2/13, 9:09 am EST
Soderberg is reportedly dealing with a 'minor' undisclosed injury that has landed him on the short-term injured reserve.
He has to miss at least the next seven days, which means he will not play in the Bruins first two games. Expect the Bruins to make a roster move. Jordan Caron is the likely candidate to be recalled.
Source: @DJ_Bean 10/1/13, 11:26 am EST
Soderberg will make his NHL debut Saturday against the Pens.
He looks to be playing LW on a line with Chris Kelly and Jagr.
Bruins sign Carl Soderberg to a three-year, one-way contract through the 2014-15 season.
The politics around the signing are over and Soderberg has been given the green light to join the Bruins. Soderberg may suit up for the Bruins next week.
Source: @NHLBruins 04/13/13, 2:21 pm EST
Carl Soderberg’s arrival in Boston has been delayed. As TSN first reported, the Swedish federation has declined to issue Soderberg his transfer card, thereby preventing him from reporting to the NHL.
The Bruins have already signed Soderberg to a three-year contract. Soderberg has also negotiated his exit deal with Linkoping, his Swedish club. The NHL is entering a five-day period to determine its next move, according to a source familiar with the situation. The NHL could go against the Swedes and stamp Soderberg’s transfer card. If that happens and the Swedish federation balks, the issue might have to be settled in an arbitration court. Soderberg still wants to play for the Bruins.
The Boston Bruins have reached an agreement on a multi-year contract with Carl Soderberg, as the Swedish forward's team Linkoping has finalized his release.
Soderberg, 27, is expected to join the team and play in the postseason. The Bruins acquired Soderberg in 2007 in a trade with the St. Louis Blues. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound centre had 31 goals and 60 points in 54 games with Linkoping this season. Soderberg was selected 49th overall by the Blues in the 2004 NHL Draft.
Source: TSN 04/10/13, 6:26 am EST