Oliwa traded to the Bruins

ESPN.com reports Kristof Oliwa has been traded to the Bruins. Here is the press release:

Rangers deal Oliwa for ninth-round pick in 2004


Associated Press

BOSTON — The Boston Bruins acquired left wing Krzysztof Oliwa from the New York Rangers on Monday in exchange for a ninth-round draft pick next year.

Oliwa began the season with the Rangers and played nine scoreless games before being assigned to Hartford of the AHL, where he had one assist in 15 games.

He was expected to join the Bruins in Toronto for Tuesday’s game against the Maple Leafs.

Oliwa was drafted by New Jersey in 1993 and played seven seasons with the Devils before stints in Columbus, Pittsburgh and New York.

The Bruins have lost four of their last five and are 2-9-1 in their last 12 games.

6 Responses to Oliwa traded to the Bruins

  1. Lundy16 says:

    lol at least we got something for him

  2. mikster says:

    What a steal, a 9th round pick in 2004!!! Bruins acquired a big name player! They already have Brown and Stock as big names.

    However, Bruno St. Jacques was a 9th rounder and these next two drafts (2003, 2004) will hold a lot of talent.

  3. wingerxx says:

    Yet another stop in the Oliwa international express tour…and many more likely to come!

  4. Tradedude says:

    9th rounder? Bruins?

    the 1st or 2nd or 3rd last pick in the draft of 2004.

    Can’t Wait!

  5. LadyRhian says:

    Please, take him back! ACK!

  6. Tradedude says:

    no i have enough confidence to see the 9th rounder in 2004 to adjust as a wayne gretzky the 1st game in the training camp that HE WILL be invited to.

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