College Hockey:
Jonathan Sigalet Joins Brother Jordan With Bruins

— Jonathan Sigalet agreed to terms on a contract with the Boston Bruins over the weekend, foregoing his final two years of college eligibility at Bowling Green. Jonathan will join his brother Jordan, who was a senior, in the Bruins organization, who signed a contract with Boston back on Aug. 5.

Sigalet was selected in the fourth round of the recent 2005 National Hockey League Entry Draft by the Boston Bruins back on July 30. He was the 100th overall pick of the draft, which was held in Ottawa, Ontario.

“This is an opportunity Jonathan has always wanted,” said head coach Scott Paluch. “The Boston Bruins feel he is ready for the next jump and we wish him all the success at the next level.”

He tallied a career-high 16 points (3-24) this past season. In his two years with the Falcons he recorded six goals, 25 assists and 31 total points with 62 penalty minutes in 72 games.

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