The Boston Bruins lost a huge part of their lineup during free agency when they let center David Krejci take his time.
Krejci ended up making a family decision which not only saw him walk away from the Bruins but walk away from the NHL all together as he headed back home to Europe to continue his hockey career.
Bruins' general manager Don Sweeney added some versatile depth when he signed Nick Foligno who can play both wings and center while he's also got the same thing in Charlie Coyle along with Craig Smith, Erik Haula, Tomas Nosek, Curtis Lazar and Trent Frederic who have some experience at center.
However many believe he needs to acquire a more reliable centerman who can eat top minutes and the Bruins have been linked to Arizona Coyotes center Christian Dvorak who's currently on the trade block.
So what exactly would it cost for the B's to land the 25 year old?
According to Coyotes insider Craig Morgan, the Coyotes are currently looking for either a couple of prospects or a top prospect and 1st round pick.
Dvorak registered 17 goals in 56 games last season and is signed through the 2024-25 season at an AAV of $4.45million.
Would you be willing to give this up?
????????????Trade Rumors: As reported by @CraigSMorgan the suggested asking price from the #Yotes for Christian Dvorak is a couple prospects or a top prospect and a 1st round pick. pic.twitter.com/m5MW2dgc1V
— Hockey Hound ™? (@HockeyHoundShow) August 5, 2021