The Boston Bruins are looking to make some changes this offseason as they didn't get it done.
The biggest changes we'll see will be on the blueline as Torey Krug is more than likely on his way out.
This is where things get interesting as reports are that the Bruins don't want to pay Krug long term however one NHL insider says the Bruins are trying to pick up an even bigger contract.
According to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet, the Bruins are currently one of a handful of teams trying to trade for Arizona Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson.
Friedman adds that the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames are also making a push for the 29 year old defenseman.
The Bruins currently have $14million in salary cap space and they could probably sneak his $8.25million cap hit in there but it could cause some problems.
It would likely mean that restricted free agent Jake DeBrusk would be moved along with somebody else.
Do you want to see general manager Don Sweeney try and make this blockbuster trade?
Interest in Kuemper from EDM, CGY, CHI, potentially more. Interest in OEL from EDM, CGY, BOS, potentially more. ARZ looking to reacquire draft picks. Thinks there's interest in Steve Sullivan (Coyotes interim GM) and he'll loom at his options.
— J (@Account4hockey) September 17, 2020