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The Boston Bruins Have Revealed Their Off-Season Plans

Published March 29, 2024 at 10:05

Amidst the Boston Bruins' focus on their stretch run and playoff aspirations, intriguing reports have surfaced regarding their offseason plans, hinting at potential roster additions.

Rumors suggest that the Bruins have set their sights on two key targets for the upcoming offseason. Firstly, defenseman Noah Hanifin, who was previously linked to the Bruins near the trade deadline before being acquired by the Vegas Golden Knights from the Calgary Flames. With Hanifin yet to re-sign with Vegas, he could enter free agency this summer, reigniting Boston's interest.

The #NHLBruins are in the midst of their stretch run and playoff races, but it's never too early to look ahead to an offseason that Bruins GM Don Sweeney could absolutely own.

Additionally, the Bruins have their sights set on Canucks forward Elias Lindholm, who was also the subject of trade speculation involving Boston before the deadline. Lindholm's impending free agency presents an opportunity for the Bruins to bolster their second line.

Looking ahead, Bruins GM Don Sweeney could wield significant influence in the offseason, with a plethora of options at his disposal. Several Bruins players, including Jake DeBrusk, James van Riemsdyk, and Milan Lucic, are set to become free agents, potentially freeing up $21.7 million in cap space for the team to pursue offseason acquisitions.

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