The Boston Bruins and general manager Don Sweeney have quite the amount of work to do this offseason.
Highlighted by Torey Krug who will become UFA this offseason and the defenseman has stated he hasn't received any offers from the team.
Captain Zdeno Chara will also be UFA and he could retire or actually move on.
Losing both players would obviously be a huge blow to the team and head coach Bruce Cassidy will have to work up a whole new game plan.
"Well, I don’t want to speculate if those are their last games. Those are decisions that will be made by the player and management going forward,” Bruce Cassidy began. “I’ve said all along, grateful to have an opportunity to coach Zee. It was early in my NHL career, so to speak, later in his playing career. He helped me a lot.
“Torey is a little different. I got him well into my American League career and he was just basically starting out. So it’s a much different situation, where you almost feel like Zee probably helped me more than I’ve helped him, and with Krug it was a little more of watching him grow and being a bigger part in his development.”
What do you think of Cassidy's comments?