BREAKING - Montreal and Boston are set to make a trade

As the Boston Bruins bid farewell to the legendary Patrice Bergeron, their focus now shifts to reinforcing their center position, which stands weakened by his retirement.

Currently, Pavel Zacha, Charlie Coyle, and Morgan Geekie hold the top three center spots, with Patrick Brown filling the fourth.

However, to bolster their center depth, the Bruins need to explore potential trades. Journalist Josh Wegman from The Score suggests a range of options, including more complex targets like Mark Scheifele from the Winnipeg Jets and Elias Lindholm from the Calgary Flames. Additionally, a more straightforward and viable option would be Christian Dvorak from the Montreal Canadiens.

With solid faceoff skills in high demand, Dvorak's name tops the journalist's list. While acknowledging that he can never replace Bergeron, Dvorak could undoubtedly provide an upgrade over players like Coyle, Brown, and Geekie.

The question remains, would the Bruins be willing to make the move? Trading for Dvorak could prove pivotal in fortifying their center position and filling the void left by Bergeron's departure.

Source - habsfanatics