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Michael Ryder Finds a Home in Boston

Published by on April 15, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

Michael Ryder has been a huge part of the Bruins' charge to the top of the Eastern Conference this year. He's put up some of his best numbers of his career, scoring 27 goals and dishing out 26 assists while recording a plus-minus of 28, which is the best of his career.

Ryder played four years for the Montreal Canadiens from 2003-2008. While there, he put up some great numbers: back-to-back 30 goal campaigns along with a 25-goal year. In his last year with the Canadiens, though, he only scored 14 goals to go along with 17 assists, which ultimately led to the Canadiens not resigning him.

This is when the Boston Bruins decided to sign him. A big part of the B's signing Ryder was that Claude Julien had coached him when...

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