The Boston Bruins made a couple of minor moves leading up to the NHL's trade deadline.
Last week they landed Charlie Coyle from the Minnesota Wild and on Monday they landed Marcus Johansson from the New Jersey Devils.
Coyle has yet to register a point while Johansson registered an assist against the Sharks in his B's debut.
Both players are versatile position wise as they can play on the wing or at center.
According to David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period, the team was also trying to get another player of the same skill set.
Pagnotta reports that the Bruins along with the Hawks were trying to land Adam Henrique from the Anaheim Ducks.
The 29 year old currently has 32 points in 63 games this season and has a 30 goals season under his belt along with one of 25 goals and two seasons of 20 goals.
Do you thin he would have been a better addition than Johansson or Coyle?
Predators, Bruins were among teams that had expressed interested in Henrique.
— David Pagnotta (@TheFourthPeriod) February 25, 2019