Bruins re-sign Carlo to 2-year, $5.7M pact
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The Boston Bruins inked defenseman Brandon Carlo to a two-year contract with an annual cap hit of $2.85 million, the club announced Tuesday.

Carlo was a restricted free agent. His new deal buys the team one RFA year and one RFA arbitration year, according to CapFriendly, which adds that he'll be an RFA with arb rights when his new pact expires in 2021.

The 22-year-old, now a fixture in the Bruins' top four on the back end, ranked fourth on the squad in average ice time in 2018-19.

He's entering his fourth NHL season and his fourth with Boston, which drafted him 37th overall in 2015.

Bruins re-sign Carlo to 2-year, $5.7M pact
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