Kenny Agostino
LW BOS
4 weeks ago

Agostino was reassigned to AHL Providence on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

The 25-year-old was originally recalled on an emergency basis for the Bruins' three game road trip in California, and after not appearing in any of the contests Agostino will return to the minors. The New Jersey native saw substantial AHL success last season notching 93 points in 75 games including the playoffs, but has only recorded one assist in five games in the NHL this season.

Kenny Agostino
LW BOS
1 month ago

Agostino has been recalled from AHL Providence on an emergency basis.

EDGE Analysis

Agostino played five games earlier this year with the Bruins, picking up one power-play assist. He averaged 3:04 per game with the extra man in that time, which is somewhat interesting.

Kenny Agostino
LW BOS
1 month ago

Agostino was assigned to AHL Providence on Tuesday.

EDGE Analysis

Agostino has failed to do much of anything since he found the scoresheet in his season debut on Oct. 19, as he was held point-less with just seven shots on goal in his last four games. The New Jersey native's demotion could mean that David Krejci (back) is almost ready for a return to the lineup.

Kenny Agostino
LW BOS
2 months ago

Agostino notched a power-play assist in Thursday's 6-3 win over Vancouver.

EDGE Analysis

Agostino logged 16:08 worth of ice time overall, working in a bottom-six role in even strength situations, but it is notable that he saw 7:22 worth of power play action in the contest. If that continues, the 25-year-old, who has enjoyed success at the AHL level, could carve out a degree of utility in deeper fantasy formats.

Kenny Agostino
LW BOS
2 months ago

Agostino will suit up for the Bruins on Thursday against the Canucks.

EDGE Analysis

The Bruins are looking for a spark up front and Agostino will join the team's forward lineup Thursday, along with David Backes, who is back in action following a bout with diverticulitis. Agostino was off to a strong start for AHL Providence, recording seven points in three games and he'll look to parlay that success into a steady bottom-six role with the big club.

Kenny Agostino
LW BOS
2 months ago

Agostino was recalled from AHL Providence on Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

Last season's AHL top scorer started 2017-18 with a bang in Providence, posting a whopping seven points in three games. While the Bruins had at most 11 healthy forwards before the recall, Agostino may have gotten a look in the lineup anyway, due to the under-performance of fellow wingers like Matt Beleskey, Frank Vatrano, and Anders Bjork. Wednesday's practice will give a better indication as to whether or not Agostino will make his Bruins debut Thursday against Vancouver.

Kenny Agostino
LW BOS
3 months ago

Agostino has been placed on waivers by the Bruins.

EDGE Analysis

Agostino is coming off a stellar AHL season, but he wasn't able to secure a roster spot in crowded Bruins' forward corps out of training camp. It remains to be seen if another team claims the 25-year-old, but if Agostino isn't scooped up, he'd presumably land in AHL Providence, where he'd be a candidate for an in-season call-up.

Kenny Agostino
LW BOS
3 months ago

Agostino (upper body) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

EDGE Analysis

The Yale product was forced to miss Monday's preseason win over Chicago due to the injury, but appears to have recovered in time for Boston's final two preseason games. Last year's AHL leading scorer with 83 points in 65 games, Agostino is a late-bloomer who has a realistic shot at making the Opening Night roster while competing against the likes of Jake DeBrusk, Danton Heinen, and Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson.

Kenny Agostino
LW BOS
3 months ago

Agostino is dealing with an upper-body injury and did not play in Monday's preseason game against Chicago, CSN New England reports.

EDGE Analysis

Agostino reportedly suffered the injury in a game last Thursday against Philadelphia in which he actually scored the game-winning goal in overtime. The severity of the issue is unknown at this point, but given his status as last year's AHL scoring champion (83 points in 65 games with AHL Chicago) and MVP, Agostino should have a solid shot at cracking the Bruins' Opening Night roster -- as long as he's healthy. That said, this is one player worth keeping tabs on in advance of the team's Oct. 5 season opener against Nashville.

Kenny Agostino
LW BOS
3 months ago

Agostino cashed in on a breakaway with 1:40 left in overtime to propel the Bruins to a 2-1 preseason win over the Flyers.

EDGE Analysis

Agostino, last season's AHL scoring leader and MVP, also notched an assist Thursday on Paul Postma's game-tying tally. The 6-foot, 202-pounder has received less ink than some of the Bruins' young forwards who are challenging for jobs with the big club, but the 25-year-old Yale product definitely helped his cause with his impact in Thursday's win. The 2010 fifth-rounder has 17 NHL games to his credit to date, having recorded two goals and five points in that span.