Former Miami (OH.) University captain Carter Camper is getting another shot with the Bruins.
Boston announced today that they’ve inked the 25-year-old Camper to a one-year, two-way deal that will bring the forward back to the organization for at least one more season.
Camper, who primarily plays centre and right-wing, has spent the last two season in Providence with the Bruins farm club. Last season, in 57 games with the P-Bruins, Camper put up 10 goals and 37 assists, one shy of his career high of 48 points.
It was in the playoffs, however, that Camper had his coming out. In 12 postseason games with Providence, Camper has 13 points — 8 goals and three assists.
During his NCAA career, Camper scored at a pace of more than a point per game, amassing 69 goals and 114 assists in 156 games. A 2011-12 AHL all-star, Camper is also a two-time NCAA first team all-star and was a Hobey Baker finalist in 2010-11.