Western Michigan junior forward Colton Hargrove has signed with the Boston Bruins, joining the organization that drafted him in the seventh round of the 2012 NHL draft.
Hargrove leaves after his best season of his three-year career with the Broncos as he totaled 28 points on 14 goals and 14 assists, all career-highs. He also finished with a team-best plus-12 plus/minus rating.
Hargrove finishes with 34 goals and 28 assists for 62 points in 105 games at WMU.
“We are very excited for Colton to begin his professional career with a great organization like Boston,” said Western Michigan coach Andy Murray in a statement.