6th year right wing Jamie Tardif(9) got the 2nd campaign of his tw0-way deal with Boston Bruins off to a productive start in AHL preseason. He scored the first two goals, including the game-winner for Providence en route to a 4-1 win.
The 27-year old has appeared in 376 AHL regular season games posting 93 goals and 91 assists.
Originally a Calgary Flames‘ 4th round pick in the 2003 draft (#112 overall), he never signed with the team despite showing some impressive scoring skills in juniors.
From there, one of his suitors, Grand Rapid Griffins saw enough promise to sign him up for his full sophomore season.
Although he has yet to appear in an NHL game, he possesses the ability to light the lamp and plays a gritty game, so there’s a small window he still has the ability to crawl through. We’ll see if changing to number 9 from his long-standing 25 will give his game a psychological boost.
The pic is right after he flipped the puck up and in for his goal.