Not all players in the Boston Bruins organization enjoyed their historic 65-win, 135-point season during the regular season.
Veteran Swede Anton Stralman prefers to quickly forget his short stay in Massachusetts. Last weekend, the 36-year-old hockey player agreed to a deal with Team HV71, a team that plays in his native country. Also, he was quick to talk about what was bothering him in Boston, playing just eight games after signing for a year. In fact, it has been used most by the Providence farm club, in the American League (AHL).
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Stralman never expected to play a minor role with the Bruins, who left him out of the playoffs.
Maybe they did what they planned from the start; Instead, my employment became a few months’ rent. Then they got tired of me in the AHL. I felt betrayed that this was not what we discussed. This is an example of what can happen,” he told the newspaper. Expressen.
“I wanted to join a club with a chance of winning and hopefully get a chance to compete for a position in a team. I was clear about it at the outset: I wouldn’t be a substitute player. Personally, it wasn’t a happy year. However, we know what’s going on,” he added. A lot of people think it when NBA pros complain. I get that that sounds bad.
However, the fullback, with 938 league appearances under his belt, would have liked to say a happier goodbye to the league he kicked off in 2007.
Of course there are a lot of feelings. […] Apart from last season, it was great. I can think of many things, but I am grateful for the years I spent there.
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