After a couple of tough loses, the Boston Bruins were able to get it done Saturday against the Florida Panther 3-2 after a shootout. 

It's become clear that the Bruins are missing David Krejci and they'll need a solution sooner than later. 

Charlie Coyle and youngster Jack Studnicka have both had their chances with Studnicka the latest and he has registered an assist in 3 games but has barely cracked more than 10 minutes of ice time a game. 

A veteran is the likely solution and a report is surfacing they'll revisit one they weren't able to land during the summer. 

Chatter is building that the Bruins and general manager Don Sweeney are ready to target Ryan Getzlaf through trade. 

Sweeney tried and came close to signing Getzlaf as a free agent this summer but when all was said and done, Getzlaf decided to re-up with the Anaheim Ducks for one more year. 

The 36 year old has 7 assists in 10 games so far this season and has been logging anywhere between 18-23 minutes of ice time a game. 

Do you think Getzlaf is a perfect solution for the Bruins needs at center?