Breaking: Another Top Experienced Boston Bruins Star Request Trade After Rejecting New Deal With Bruins

**Bruins Non-Tender Forward, Making Him a Free Agent**

Jesper Boqvist, who regularly played for the Bruins in the latter part of the regular season, is unlikely to return to Boston for another stint.

The 25-year-old Swedish center, a restricted free agent, was not tendered a qualifying offer by Sunday’s deadline, making him a free agent available to sign with any team when free agency begins on Monday.

Although Boston could still re-sign Boqvist, it seems improbable since they didn’t offer the qualifying amount of just over $800K.


The Bruins announced Sunday that restricted free agents Michael Callahan, Marc McLaughlin, Alec Regula, and Jeremy Swayman received qualifying offers. However, Boqvist, Joey Abate, and Curtis Hall were non-tendered. Abate will stay with the Providence Bruins for the 2024-25 season on an AHL deal.

Boqvist recorded six goals and eight assists in 47 games for the Bruins after signing with them last offseason. The former Devils’ second-round pick played four seasons in New Jersey before joining Boston.

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