The Boston Bruins are struggling to keep their head above water lately and especially struggling to score goals.
Boston has only scored more than two goals once in their last nine games and have the fourth lowest goals for total in the league, sitting ahead of only Arizona, Carolina and Los Angeles.
The injuries continue to hit hard and something's got to give eventually, so what exactly is management's plan right now?
“It’s a delicate balance,” Neely said, via The Boston Globe’s Matt Porter, “of seeing if there’s a bigger solution that’s not just a Band-Aid, and what does that look like, knowing these guys are coming back.
“We look at where we’re at, where we’d like to be, and our health is certainly an issue, but we recognize that,” Neely added. “If there’s something we can do, we’d like to do it, but we have to be cautious.”
Without a doubt having Bergeron, Chara and McAvoy back is almost like a blockbuster trade in itself, however the team needs help now before any of them are back.
What do you think of Neely's comments?