The Boston Bruins and general manager Don Sweeney have gotten one of their big offseason question marks out of the way....

Taylor Hall has signed with the Bruins and will be sticking around for the next four years. 

Now that Hall is out of the way, the B's and Sweeney can focus on some of the other holes and it might come through trade. 

We've heard the Bruins connected to the Arizona Coyotes regarding a possible trade going back to last offseason and we could finally see something come together. 

According to NHL insider Dave Pagnotta, something is close to finished. 

"There has been continued dialogue between the Coyotes and Bruins this week, with multiple players names out there, including some Bruins prospects. I’m curious if they get to the finish line. BOS has been linked to several AZ players."

The Bruins have been attached to restricted free agent Conor Garland along with defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson previously. 


Source: Dave Pagnotta