Boston Bruins expecting to possibly keep just one of Dmitry Orlov, Garnet Hathaway, or Tyler Bertuzzi
The Boston Bruins went all-in at this past trade deadline as general manager Don Sweeney managed to put together a team that won a league-record 65 games and posted a league-record 135 points. That same team was then unceremoniously dumped out of the first round of the 2023 Stanley Cup playoffs by the lowest-seeded team in the Eastern Conference, the Florida Panthers.
Now, Boston is going to face the consequences of adding so much to their roster in a salary-cap-driven NHL. They won’t be able to keep all of the pieces that allowed them to set the records that they did.
The main additions that look like they could be headed elsewhere this summer include former Capitals Dmitry Orlov and Garnet Hathaway as well as former Detroit Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi.
By Chris Cerullo 3 weeks ago