BOSTON (AP) – Bowling Green defenseman Jonathan Sigalet agreed to a three-year contract with the Bruins on Monday, 10 days after his older brother signed with Boston.

The Bruins also announced one-year agreements with six other players – centers Brad Boyes, Ben Guite and Nate Robinson, left wing Eric Healey, right wing Jason MacDonald and defenseman Kevin Dallman.

Sigalet, 19, passed up his last two years of college eligibility after finishing with six goals and 25 assists in 72 games during the past two seasons. Boston took him with the 100th pick of this year’s draft

Goalie Jordan Sigalet, 24, was Jonathan’s teammate in college and was drafted by Boston in the seventh round 2001. He played most of the games in his senior year after being diagnosed in March 2004 with multiple sclerosis.

Boyes and Dallman were restricted free agents.

Guite, Robinson, Healey and MacDonald were unrestricted free agents.


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