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Sportsnet's respected NHL insider and reliable source, Elliotte Friedman, has recently disclosed that Corey Perry, an experienced forward with a Stanley Cup win to his credit, will be hitting the unrestricted free agent market.

This means that any team in the league has the opportunity to make an offer for his services. As a result, fans of the Boston Bruins are now contemplating whether the team should pursue Perry in the upcoming free agency market.

One factor that has intrigued Bruins fans is Perry's previous experience playing alongside Bruins' stars Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand on Team Canada during the World Cup of Hockey. The chemistry and familiarity between the players could potentially translate into a seamless fit within the Bruins' lineup.

Considering the Bruins' cap constraints, acquiring Perry at a league minimum deal would be a significant coup. While the team faces financial challenges, the addition of a player of Perry's caliber and experience would undoubtedly boost their roster.

As the free agency period approaches, Bruins fans eagerly anticipate whether their team will make a move for Perry, recognizing the potential benefits he could bring to the team's pursuit of success.