Boston Bruins Rank Last At Least Improved During Off-season

Published August 30, 2023 at 4:27 PM

As the off-season wraps up, the Boston Bruins find themselves at the forefront of a ranking that no team truly aims for - the least improved list.

Adjustments come in the wake of notable retirements, with Captain Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci bidding farewell. Additionally, the team bids adieu to a string of other players: Tyler Bertuzzi, Dmitry Orlov, Taylor Hall, Nick Foligno, Garnet Hathaway, Connor Clifton, and Craig Smith.

The absence of substantial additions further underlines Boston's approach of maintaining a seasoned roster, seemingly gunning for another competitive year. While General Manager Sweeney has successfully secured an extended contract for Pastrnak spanning 8 years at an average annual value of $11,500,000, the team's additions remain sparse.

Speculation continues to swirl around the Bruins' pursuit of center Elias Lindholm, yet the future will reveal whether these rumors solidify. Throughout the free agency period, the Bruins have been linked to Lindholm, leaving fans wondering if the team's interest will eventually translate into action.

Credit: Clutchpoints
August 30   |   120 answers
Boston Bruins Rank Last At Least Improved During Off-season

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