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With consistency and improved skating, he has the tools to be an effective two-way center in the NHL.


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February 2020 – JFK has posted modest numbers across the board since returning to play in Sweden. He sits tied for seventh in team scoring with five goals and 13 points through 31 games. Seeing an average of just under 16 minutes of ice time per game, JFK has managed 42 shots on goal, minimal powerplay production and has not moved the needle much with shots or hits. While both he and the Bruins have alluded to a reunion in the future, perhaps the best course of action for his development would be to spend a few more seasons in the SHL, gaining experience and increased playing time. Chris Mazza

August 2019 – JFK will play his 2019-2020 campaign with Växjö of the SHL. Bruins GM Don Sweeney noted that part of this decision for the young center was to be closer to his family. Sweeney also made it clear that JFK intends to return to the Bruins in the future. The hope for consistent fantasy production will have to wait at least one more year.Chris Mazza

April 2019 – JFK returned from his concussion to finish his AHL season on a run of 11 points in 16 games. In his second year as a pro, he was bounced around between the NHL and AHL, finishing with 28 games played in each league. His return from injury helped lead Providence to a Calder Cup Playoff berth, where the Bruins will face a powerhouse Charlotte Checkers team. Look for JFK to push for full time NHL duty next season. Chris Mazza

March 2019 – After posting nine points through 28 NHL games this season, the Bruins sent JFK down to Providence at the end of Jan