Sweeney Says Pastrnak Injury Doesn't Change Deadline Plans.

Published February 13, 2019 at 11:31

The Boston Bruins revealed terrible news yesterday when they announced David Pastrnak underwent surgery and would be re-evaluated in two weeks. 

It was a tough blow for the Bruins who are currently looking to add some secondary scoring and just lost their top sniper. 

Will this force Bruins' general manager Don Sweeney's hand come the trade deadline?

Sweeney doesn't think so as he plans to stick with his original plan. 

The Bruins general manager will continue to look for a second line winger and/or a third line center. 

He looks at the Pastrnak injury as they'll be getting a healthy top goal scorer back right before the playoffs. 

Do you agree with Sweeney's plan or should he definitely go all in on a player like Artemi Panarin now?
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