According to multiple reports, the Bruins have invited 29-year old enforcer Brian McGrattan to training camp for a tryout. McGrattan has played for the Senators, Coyotes, and Flames in his NHL  career after being drafted by the Kings. In parts of five seasons, he’s racked up 395 penalty minutes.
McGrattan’s career-high in penalty minutes came in 2005-06, when he picked up 141 in 60 games. Last season, his first in Calgary , he played in 34 games, totaling four points and 36 penalty minutes.
Here’s one Bruins fans might remember from that 2005 season.