The Boston Bruins are expected to be all in once again on another run for the Stanley Cup. 

That will of course involve some minor tweaks and while it's likely the Bruins try and keep forward Taylor Hall around, there's no guarantee. 

Hall gave the team a huge boost when it came to secondary scoring and a real threat on the second line, something they've been looking for for years. 

They could double down on that second line. 

According to The Fourth Period, the Bruins have had discussions with the St. Louis Blues regarding forward Vladimir Tarasenko. 

The 29 year old has been dealing with shoulder issues the last couple of years and has two years left on his deal with an AAV of $7.5million. 

However if healthy and in a bit of a reduced roll, could definitely provide some scoring threat. 

A second line of Hall, David Krejci and Tarasenko could be one of the most dangerous they've had in years. 

Would you take a shot on Tarasenko?

Source: The Fourth Period