Three Bruins That Could Be On Their Way Out

Published October 2, 2023 at 12:02
The upcoming 2023-24 NHL season brings uncertainty for the Boston Bruins following their remarkable 2022-23 campaign. The Atlantic Division's improvements make a playoff return challenging.

With key departures, including David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron, the Bruins rely on their top players. Here are three Bruins facing a crucial season:

Linus Ullmark: After a strong 2022-23 season, Ullmark aims to maintain his form and avoid injuries. His Vezina Trophy win and solid stats were pivotal to Boston's success. Ullmark's challenge is to keep the Bruins competitive and stay healthy.

Morgan Geekie: Acquired from the Seattle Kraken, Geekie adds versatility and offensive potential to the Bruins' forward depth. His career-high stats with the Kraken and chemistry with Trent Frederic could boost the third line's offense.

Charlie Coyle: With Bergeron and Krejci gone, Coyle steps into a bigger role as a top-six center. While he showed promise in the playoffs, consistency throughout an 82-game season is now crucial. Coyle's offensive reliability makes him key in the post-Bergeron and Krejci era.

These players must prove that last season's success wasn't a fluke as the Bruins aim for a postseason spot in 2023-24.

Source: bruinsinsider
October 2   |   361 answers
Three Bruins That Could Be On Their Way Out

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