The Boston Bruins played another tight game against the Philadelphia Flyers last night but skated away with a 4-3 overtime win. 

General manager Don Sweeney had a pretty quiet offseason but that doesn't mean he's still trying to make a move. 

We've heard the Bruins have strong interest in St. Louis Blues defenseman Vince Dunn, but according to various reports the Blues are looking for a first round pick. 

While the Bruins are looking to bring something in, it seems teams are also interested in acquiring one of the Bruins' forwards. 

According to Jimmy Murphy and one of his sources, teams are calling on forward Anders Bjork and there's a chance he could be used in a trade to acquire Dunn. 

From Murphy's source:

“Look, I saw your report (the Bruins are) listening on Bjork,” one NHL source said. “Let’s just say this: if they could package Bjork in a trade for Dunn, I think Sweeney does that in a heartbeat. The kids are playing good, but Dunn is immediately a legit top 4 d-man for them and arguably the best left-hand shot they’d have.” 

Would you be willing to package Bjork with a pick to get Dunn?

Source: Jimmy Murphy