The Bruins are heavily trying to pursue this former 30 goal scorer

Published August 31, 2023 at 2:38 PM

As the start of NHL training camps draws near in mid-September, teams are busy making last-minute moves to solidify their rosters. The Boston Bruins, in particular, have seen substantial changes this summer following the retirement of two key players.

Sources reveal that the Bruins have been exploring various strategies to bolster their offensive lineup. Recent reports suggest that the team has honed in on a specific target. According to Eklund from Hockey Buzz, the Bruins are showing keen interest in Pavel Buchnevich from the St. Louis Blues.

Eklund quotes,

"Pavel is locked in with the Blues for one more year, beyond the current season. Although there's an ongoing effort to extend his contract, questions linger about his future destination. The Bruins are taking an assertive approach, displaying strong pursuit in this matter."


In the previous season, Buchnevich showcased his prowess by tallying an impressive 26 goals and 41 assists in just 63 games. His potential addition to the Bruins' offensive lineup could prove instrumental, injecting the team with the offensive firepower it needs. Considering the Blues' rebuilding phase and the Bruins' determination to stay competitive, the two teams might find themselves as ideal trade partners.

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The Bruins are heavily trying to pursue this former 30 goal scorer

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