The Boston Bruins have named Jay Pandolfo their Director of Player Development.
Jay Pandolfo has announced his retirement.
Jay Pandolfo won't be brought back by Boston for next season.
Jay Pandolfo participated in Monday's morning skate on the fourth line with Rich Peverley and Shawn Thornton.
Despite an injury to Nathan Horton (shoulder), Jay Pandolfo likely won't get a chance to play Saturday night in Game 2 of the Cup finals.
Jay Pandolfo replaced Chris Bourque on the third line Thursday night.
Jay Pandolfo made his season debut Sunday.
Jay Pandolfo successfully cleared waivers Wednesday and will stay with the team for now as a spare forward.
A source tells CSNNE's Joe Haggerty that the Boston Bruins signed Jay Pandolfo to a one-year, $600,000 contract.
Boston Bruins place W Jay Pandolfo on waivers.
Despite remaining without a contract, Jay Pandolfo continues to practice with the Boston Bruins.
Jay Pandolfo is still practicing with the Boston Bruins on a professional tryout agreement.
Jay Pandolfo, who is playing on an NHL tryout, is in the mix for Boston's last forward spot.
Jay Pandolfo will take part in the Boston Bruins' training camp.