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Bruins Still Making A Push For One Minnesota Wild Defenseman

The Boston Bruins had a bit of a quiet last week or two.

While some teams were wheeling and dealing, Bruins general manager, Don Sweeney has mostly stayed quiet.

With the Bruins not having sent defenseman Joe Morrow a qualifying offer and losing Colin Miller in the expansion draft, it could be expected that Sweeney will look for some defensive help over the next couple of days.

One name that keeps resurfacing in regards to the Bruins is Minnesota Wild defenseman, Marco Scandella.

The 27 year old defenseman has three years left on his contract which comes with a $4million hit per season. He's a solid reliable defenseman who will get the job done, he won't exactly turn heads doing it.

Sweeney could always look at some of the defenseman the Vegas Golden Knights could be looking to move like Luca Sbisa, Clayton Stoner or dare we say it... Alexei Emelin.

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