Sweeney Makes Disappointing Statement Regarding Coyle Trade.

Published February 21, 2019 at 12:35

The Boston Bruins were the first to strike in the weekend leading up to the NHL trade deadline. 

Boston landed Charlie Coyle from the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night, as the versatile forward will add some talent to the team's top 9. 

While it's a great move, it's not the big move for the big gun fans were hoping for. 

Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman speculated that since the Bruins only gave up Ryan Donato and a 5th round pick in the trade, the Bruins were lined up for a blockbuster. 

Unfortunately that doesn't seem to be the case as Bruins general manager Don Sweeney spoke to reporters on Thursday. 

"I don't know if we're going to necessarily do anything else...We'll continue to look at the marketplace and see what may or may not fit with our club. We're going to cross our fingers that we stay healthy...and improve positioning if possible as we get down to the last 21 games"

Are the Bruins done? Will they now sit still and wait for David Pastrnak's return?

Are you disappointed in Sweeney's comments?

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