Bruins, Former All-Star Hendricks Agree To Terms

BOSTON – The Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League announced that they have agreed to terms with former ECHL All-Star forward Matt Hendricks.

Selected in the fifth round (131st overall) by Nashville in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft, Hendricks was voted as a starter for the American Conference in the 2005 ECHL All-Star Game and ranked 16th among league rookies with 50 points (24g-26a) in 54 games for the Florida Everblades while also playing for Lowell of the AHL where he had three points (1g-2a) in 15 games.

The 6-foot and 215-pound center played in the AHL in 2006-07 and had 44 points (18g-26a) and 105 penalty minutes in 65 regular season games and 12 points (8g-4a) and 18 penalty minutes in 19 playoff games for Hershey.