Many consider the Boston Bruins the second biggest surprise this season aside from the Vegas Golden Knights. 

Surprise or not, the Bruins are at the top of the NHL standings and one of the hottest teams since before the holidays. 

With the Bruins in a much better position than in previous years, we can expect general manager Don Sweeney to make at least one move at the deadline. 

The team needs forward depth, help on the right wing and a left shot defenseman.

Sweeney won't trade a roster player to land any of those and it'll take the Bruins GM moving at least one or two youngsters to get a deal done. 

Charlie McAvoy is without a doubt untouchable and it wouldn't be surprising if Brandon Carlo, Matt Grzelcyk, Danton Heinen, Jake DeBrusk and Anders Bjork are as well. 

So who exactly could the Bruins move?

Players to watch include Frank Vatrano, Austin Czarnik, Peter Cehlarik, Rob O'Gara and Emil Johansson. 

Would you be ok with Sweeney trading any of those players to add some deadline help?

Source: ProHockeyRumors