Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney's top priority this trade deadline is to try and land some secondary scoring help.
As reports go, Sweeney isn't willing to give up big pieces like he did last year in the Rick Nash trade so he'll likely stay away from the rental market.
According to NHL insider Darren Dreger, the Bruins are looking at the Los Angeles Kings as a solution.
Kings forward Tyler Toffoli.
Toffoli is signed through the 2019-20 season at a cap hit of $4.6million per season.
He's versatile and can play both wings, however has struggled this year on a struggling Kings team.
After scoring 24 goals last year, Toffoli has 11 goals in 53 games so far this season and has averaged 17minutes of ice time per night.
Do you think he would be a good option for the Bruins?