Swayman nets 1-year, $3.475M deal in arbitration

Swayman nets 1-year, $3.475M deal in arbitration

The Boston Bruins and goaltender Jeremy Swayman, 24, settled on a $3.475 million award through salary arbitration for next season, the team announced, with the club choosing a one-year option for the netminder instead of two.


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