Despite all the injuries so far this season, the Boston Bruins still find themselves just three points out of a playoff spot. With 60 games still left to play, there's plenty of time for the team to make up that ground.
However, some are wondering if the team has the talent to keep it together and get into the playoffs.
General manager Don Sweeney will need to make a move eventually to strengthen up his team and luckily for him he has one of the most needed assets across the league, a young affordable left handed defenseman.
Brandon Share-Cohen of the The Hockey Writers mentions the Bruins need to think about moving Torey Krug to maximize his return before his modified no movement clause.
Share-Cohen believes the Bruins defensive prospect depth in the system can afford the B's to move Krug. Jeremy Lauzon, Jakub Zboril, Urho Vaakanainen, Ryan Lindgren and even Rob O'Gara and Matt Grzelcyk can be added to that list of players that can replace Krug over the next couple of years.
If the Bruins don't want to trade Krug 1 for 1 for another immediate roster guy, the team get a haul like the St. Louis Blues got for Kevin Shattenkirk last year (Forward prospects Zach Sanford, Brad Malone, conditional draft picks and AHL goalie Pheonix Copley).
Do you think the B's should consider trading Krug or is Share-Cohen off his rocker?