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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Drops back to AHL

Steen was reassigned to AHL Providence on Saturday, Mark Divver of the New England Hockey Journal reports. Steen played in the Bruins' regular-season finale as a fill-in option. The 24-year-old will return to bolster Providence's lineup during its AHL playoff run.
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Ascends to top level

Steen was promoted from AHL Providence on Friday, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. A bunch of the Bruins' regulars are getting the night off Friday, so Steen will draw into the lineup immediately against the Maple Leafs. He'll likely slot into a bottom-six role versus Toronto.
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Bruins sign Oskar Steen to two-year extension

A 4-2 loss to the Capitals on Sunday didn’t prevent the Bruins from some in-house work, as the team hammered out a two-year, one-way extension with forward Oskar Steen, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney announced. Steen’s new deal, which kicks in next season, will come with an $800,000 cap...
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Secures extension

Steen signed a two-year, $1.6 million deal with Boston on Sunday. Steen's new contract will be a one-way deal and it will go into effect next season. The 24-year-old has bounced between the AHL and NHL levels regularly this season and he's scored six points in 19 appearances with Boston.
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Demoted to minors

Steen was dropped down to AHL Providence on Thursday. Even with open spots in the lineup due to the absences of Brad Marchand (suspension) and Patrice Bergeron (upper body), Steen was unable to secure his place ahead of Thursday's matchup with Carolina. Instead, the 23-year-old center will head down to the minors while jack Studenic and Tyler Lewington earn promotions.
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Bumped up to NHL

Steen was elevated to the Bruins' roster Monday, Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports. Steen will likely continue to be shuffled between the AHL and NHL as a cap-saving measure but should see plenty of action with the Bruins. In 18 outings this year, the 23-year-old center has tallied two goals, four assists and 28 hits while averaging 10:57 of ice time.
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Reassigned to AHL

Steen was demoted to AHL Providence from the active roster Wednesday, per Mark Divver of the New England Hockey Journal. Steen has averaged 11:10 of ice time and recorded four points over his last 15 NHL appearances. His most recent point was a goal in a 3-2 victory over Winnipeg on Jan. 22.
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Reverts to taxi squad

Steen was assigned to the taxi squad Thursday, per CapFriendly. Steen will likely be back on the active roster if Nick Foligno (upper body) or Trent Frederic (upper body) are still out Friday versus the Coyotes.
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Recalled Wednesday

Steen was promoted to the active roster Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Steen is expected to play in his familiar third-line role Wednesday versus the Avalanche. He'll likely continue to be involved in paper transactions until the taxi squads are dissolved after the All-Star break.
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Sent to taxi squad

Steen was assigned to the taxi squad Tuesday, per CapFriendly. Steen is one of a handful of Bruins that move to the taxi squad on off days. He'll likely be back with the big club for Wednesday's game versus the Avalanche.
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Joins active roster

Steen was added from AHL Providence for Monday's tilt with Anaheim, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. Steen will skate in a middle-six role Monday. He has six points through 13 games this season.
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Back to minors

Steen was demoted to AHL Providence on Sunday, per CBS Sports. Steen is averaging 10:54 of ice time with six points in 13 NHL games. He'll likely continue shuffling between levels regularly.
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Return of Nick Foligno leaves Oskar Steen as the Bruins’ odd man out vs. Capitals

There’s nothing wrong with Oskar Steen’s game, according to Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy, but the return of Nick Foligno had the 23-year-old set to watch Thursday’s game against the Capitals from the ninth floor of TD Garden. “We had a few different candidates we discussed,” said Cassidy,...
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Joins active roster

Steen was recalled to the active roster Thursday, per CapFriendly. Steen served as a healthy scratch against the Capitals, as Nick Foligno (lower body) returned to the lineup. Steen could be back in action if one of Brad Marchand (upper body) or Anton Blidh (upper body) can't play Saturday versus the Jets.
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Bruins' Oskar Steen: Reverts to taxi squad

Steen was assigned to the taxi squad Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Steen has played in nine straight games, so there's a good chance he's back on the active roster for Thursday's meeting with the Capitals. He's at five points and 19 hits in 12 NHL contests this season.