The Boston Bruins signed Miami University senior forward Carter Camper to an entry-level contract Wednesday morning, according to MURedHawks.com.
The 22-year-old reported to the Providence Bruins Tuesday night and is slated to begin his professional career this weekend.
Ive been talking to teams since the season ended. It all happened pretty quickly, he told the website. Im extremely excited. Its a dream come true to be a part of the Bruins organization.
Camper was one of 10 Hobey Baker finalists and holds the title as the second leading scorer in Miami University history after finishing his collegiate career with 183 points.
Details of the contract have not been released.
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