The Boston Bruins are reportedly set to bolster their forward depth with another international free agent.

Per multiple reports, the Bruins have signed German forward Marcel Noebels, with the 26-year-old winger set to compete for a role in the organization during training camp next month.

“It’s true. I have signed a contract for the camp. Much can happen. You never know what’s coming,” Noebels said.

The Bruins have been active this offseason when it comes to picking up talent from overseas, signing Slovakian forward Martin Bakos to a one-year contract on June 14.

Noebels, who has spent the last four seasons with the Berlin Polar Bears of the DEL, was part of a German team that took silver in the 2018 Winter Olympics, with Noebels scoring one goal in seven games.

During his tenure with Berlin, Noebels had 32 goals and 87 points over 144 games.

The 6-foot-2 forward was drafted in the fourth round (No. 118 overall) by the Philadelphia Flyers, playing with the Adirondack Phantoms of the AHL for two seasons before heading back to Germany.

AVALANCHE: The Avalanche are bringing back defenseman Patrik Nemeth on a one-year deal.

Nemeth ranked first on the team with 185 blocked shots last season. He played in a career-high 68 games and had a career-best 15 points, including three goals. He had a plus-27 rating, which was the highest by an Avalanche defenseman since Adam Foote was plus-30 in 2002-03.

Colorado claimed Nemeth on waivers from the Dallas Stars on Oct. 3.

The 6-foot-3, 219-pound Nemeth has played in 176 career NHL games with three goals and 26 assists.

FLAMES: Calgary placed assistant captain Troy Brouwer on unconditional waivers with the intention of buying out the remaining two years of his contract.