Bruins waive Stralman as Forbort nears return from injury originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston
The Boston Bruins placed Anton Stralman on waivers Monday, per multiple reports.
The veteran defenseman was signed by the B's to a one-year contract in October after originally joining the team in training camp via a PTO deal.
Stralman played in eight games for the Bruins and didn't tally a single point while averaging 15:22 of ice time.
The Bruins are expected to get defenseman Derek Forbort back in the lineup soon. Head coach Jim Montgomery told reporters Monday that Forbort will be re-evaluated Tuesday morning.
Forbort has not been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Tampa Bay Lightning at TD Garden. He hasn't played since Nov. 1 due to a broken finger.
The return of Forbort requires the Bruins to open a spot on the roster, hence Stralman being waived.