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Three Players The Bruins Are Set To Target At The Deadline

Published February 9, 2024 at 10:32

As the NHL trade deadline looms just a month away, the Boston Bruins face a setback with the end of Matthew Poitras' rookie campaign due to injury. Despite leading the league, the Bruins may now be inclined to be more active in the trade market as they seek to bolster their roster for a postseason run.

With Charlie Coyle admirably filling the void at center, the Bruins are eyeing a middle-six forward to enhance their depth and toughness.

Among potential targets are Adam Henrique of the Anaheim Ducks, a versatile player with postseason experience and pending free agency. Another option is Dominik Kubalik from the Ottawa Senators, despite a downturn in production, offering scoring potential in the bottom six.

Tyler Johnson of the Chicago Blackhawks, with playoff pedigree and offensive prowess, also emerges as a candidate to shore up Boston's forward group.

Each potential addition would bring valuable scoring depth and experience to the Bruins' lineup, crucial for playoff success. However, the cost of acquiring such talent remains a pivotal factor in Boston's trade deadline strategy.

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Three Players The Bruins Are Set To Target At The Deadline

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