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The Boston Bruins' Locked in Assets

Published March 4, 2024 at 11:29
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We've gone through the higher likelihood candidates of being involved in any trade by the end of the week. The list below will be giving insight on players with a high chance of staying with the Bruins, although there still could be potential to make deals with them.

Low chances of trading, but there's always a chance:

Trent Frederic has the ability to play 3 forward positions. On top of his diversity in playstyle, Frederic is tough as nails. Considering his growth potential, it would be hard to see him leave the team.

Mason Lohrei is a skilled defenseman with a high offensive ceiling. Considering the defense of the Bruins has been put in question in recent years, Lohrei seems to be an asset that would be hard to get rid of.


Morgan Geekie can play both center and right-wing. He recently scored his first NHL hat rick, and can likely continue his strong performance for the Boston Bruins for many games to come.

Jesper Boqvist is performing well enough considering he is only 25 and currently on a minimum-wage deal.

Most probably staying with the Bruins:

Charlie Coyle is a jack of all trades kind of player, and has great chemistry with Brad Marchand.

Brad Marchand, captain of the Boston Bruins is too much of leader to let go. He works hard, and provides a strong sense of comradery. Marchand has reached 1000 games played, and is looking to match that number in points.

Hampus Lindholm, although currently injured, is too much of an asset to let go considering how much the team will need do-it-all defenseman playstyle to take on tough matchups in the upcoming playoffs.

David Pastrnak has proven to be a powerhouse for the Bruins. He's a finisher, he dominates on offence and makes plays for teammates consistently. He is the potential future captain of the Bruins.

Charlie McAvoy never tires out. His consistency on powerplays locks in his future with the Bruins.

Pavel Zacha is a forward capable of playing any position needed. Whoever the Bruins acquire after upcoming trade deadline, Zacha can fill in the roles deemed necessary.

Jeremy Swayman is seen as "the teams ace of the future". This game 1 starter is already setup for another raise after this year's $3.475 million arbitration award.

source: theathletic
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