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Bruins Wrap: Bruins Showcasing DeBrusk? Forsberg, NHL Trade Rumors

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Are the Boston Bruins showcasing winger Jake DeBrusk to finally move him on the NHL trade market?

Are the Nashville Predators really shopping star winger Filip Forsberg?

That and more in the latest Bruins Wrap: 

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Are the Boston Bruins showcasing Jake DeBrusk on the NHL trade market by elevating him to the first line in their game against the Seattle Kraken on Thursday night?

The Zdeno Chara NHL Trade rumor chatter keeps getting louder.

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Philly: How much is Claude Giroux worth in a trade?

Pittsburgh: Is Filip Forsberg actually on the NHL trade market? Does this mean the Nashville Predators are throwing in the towel on the season?

Washington: A skilled, goal scorer himself, Toronto Maple Leafs sniper Auston Matthews says the most skilled goal he ever saw was Washington Capitals Alex Ovechkin scoring ‘The Goal’ against the Phoenix Coyotes back in 2006.

Vegas: Interesting and fun piece from Owen Krepps on the first player taken in every NHL Expansion Draft.

San Jose: If the San Jose Sharks move center Tomas Hertl does that mean they’re rebuilding?

Montreal: The Montreal Canadiens continue to revamp their hockey ops department. On Wednesday, they promoted John Sedgwick to assistant general manager. 

Vancouver: One of the biggest questions heading into the NHL Trade Deadline is what will the Vancouver Canucks do?

Calgary: Are the Calgary Flames about to sign winger Johnny Gaudreau to an extension?

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The Toronto Maple Leafs have placed veteran defenseman Jake Muzzin on long-term injured reserve and are scouring the trade market for a top 4 d-man.

Our man Spector looks into the latest NHL trade rumors, including the status of Dallas Stars leader and rugged forward Joe Pavelski.

Congrats to former Nashville Predators goalie Pekka Rinne on having the first-ever number retired in Predators history.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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