After Coyle, NHL Insider Darren Dreger Says Bruins Looking At Rangers.

Published February 22, 2019 at 3:28 PM

The Boston Bruins were the first to strike in the week leading up to the NHL's trade deadline. 

Boston landed Charlie Coyle earlier this week before Columbus swung for the fences and landed Senators forward Matt Duchene. 

Coyle came at a fair price only costing Ryan Donato and a fifth round pick compared to the huge package Columbus gave up for Duchene, now general manager Don Sweeney still has some shopping power. 

TSN's Darren Dreger spoke about what Sweeney's next move could be. 

"Charlie Coyle was a nice add, you know Don Sweeney didn't have to pay a big-game price for Coyle and I believe he'd like to add another forward. The beauty of Coyle is he can play the wing, he can play third line centre and they like the versatility of Hayes and/or Zuccarello as well so it's going to come down to the next few days and obviously up to the deadline but I think they'll add."

Would you take Hayes or Zuccarello?
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