Bruins Recall Bodnarchuk and Sauve from Providence

*BOSTON BRUINS PRESS RELEASE*

BRUINS RECALL ANDREW BODNARCHUK AND MAX
SAUVE FROM PROVIDENCE

BOSTON, MA – Boston Bruins General Manager Peter
Chiarelli announced
today that the club has recalled defenseman Andrew
Bodnarchuk and
forward Max Sauve from the Providence Bruins (American Hockey
League).
Bodnarchuk and Sauve are expected to join the Bruins for their
10:30
a.m. practice on Monday at Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington.

This
is Bodnarchuk's second recall to Boston this season. He was first
recalled on
February 13th and joined the team on their 11 day road trip,
beginning with
an away game in Montreal on February 15th, although he
did not see any game
action. This marks Sauve's first NHL career recall.

Bodnarchuk has skated
in 47 games for Providence this year with four
goals and seven assists,
giving him 11 overall points. In the 2009-2010
season, Bondarchuk was
recalled to Boston on one occasion. He appeared
in five games with the team,
including his first NHL game on April 3,
2010 at Toronto.

In
Providence this season, Sauve has six goals and seven assists in 26
games. He
is currently on a four game point streak with the P-Bruins,
tallying three
goals and one assist in his last four games since
February 19th. He played
his first full pro season with Providence in
the 2010-11 season, ranking
second on the team in goals (21) and third
overall in the club's scoring race
with 21-17=38 totals.

Bodnarchuk was drafted by the Bruins in the fifth
round (128th overall)
in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. Sauve was drafted by
Boston in the second
round (47th overall) in the 2008 NHL Entry
Draft.

Goalie Adam Courchaine has been recalled to the Providence
Bruins
(American Hockey League) from the Alaska Aces (ECHL). In 34 games
with
Alaska so far this season, he is 19-10-5 with a
2.37
goals-against-average and a .908 save percentage. He has recorded
three
shutouts this year.