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Bruins enter agreement with JYP Jyvaskyla

Posted by Fluto Shinzawa, Globe Staff  September 8, 2010 10:41 AM

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The Bruins have announced a partnership with Finnish club JYP Jyvaskyla. Under the partnership, the two clubs will be able to transfer players. The players will be allowed to train with the respective clubs. Teams will be free to exchange tactics and scouting information.

"It's a working agreement where there's an exchange of resources," said assistant GM Don Sweeney. "If you want to send a guy to the East Coast or to Providence, or if you want to utilize their training in the summer and let a kid work on his skill -- anything. It's an open exchange. There's nothing concrete in place."

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