In return, Boston acquires defenseman - and one-time Bruin - Steven Kampfer, along with a 2019 fourth-round pick and a conditional seventh-round pick.
He returned in mid-January and posted one goal and three assists with 62 PIM in 15:42 of average ice time while partnered primarily with Torey Krug or Matt Grzelcyk.
The 31-year old McQuaid was drafted 55th overall in the 2nd round of the 2005 draft by the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The 6-foot-4, 212 pound defenseman made his first National Hockey League appearance with the Bruins in 2009-10. The Bruins won the Stanley Cup that season. A staple on the Boston line since his rookie (and Stanley Cup-winning) 2010-11 season, McQuaid played in only 38 games last season, missing almost three months after suffering a broken right fibula while blocking a shot on October 19.
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General Manager Don Sweeney was effusive in his praise for the lifelong Bruin.
One of the greatest catalysts for the New York Rangers' rapid decline down the Metropolitan Division standings last season was the defense.
His best year came in 2010-2011 as a 24-year-old the Bruins.
Since then, Kampfer spent two seasons in the AHL and then played in 73 National Hockey League games with the Florida Panthers from 2014-17.
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Not to mention he has one year remaining on his current deal, which totals $2.75 million.
On November 8, 2016, he was traded to the New York Rangers.
This is a return to the Bruins for the 29-year-old Kampfer, who made his National Hockey League debut with the team in 2010.
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Woodward, who has covered every administration since his groundbreaking coverage of Nixon and the Watergate scandal, said yes. The meeting was held a couple of weeks after PM Modi had met Donald Trump after he became US President.