The NHL trade deadline is less than three weeks away, and the Bruins' area of need is no secret.
The B's could really use some help offensively. They rank No. 21 in the league in goals per game and the lack of punch outside of the top line could prove costly down the stretch.
TSN's Bob McKenzie echoes that sentiment. "They want offense," McKenzie said on NHL on NBC. "Whether it's a second-line winger, a third-line center, something to bolster the offense obviously beyond that top line, Jake DeBrusk, and David Krejci. They need another guy in their top six. They could use another offensive weapon in their top nine."
McKenzie suggests Los Angeles Kings forward Tyler Toffoli could be a good fit for the B's if L.A. chooses to continue shipping players out of town.
Hear the rest of what McKenzie had to say below:
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