The Horvatian One Posted February 14, 2015 Share Posted February 14, 2015 According to Stephen Harris of the Boston Herald, the Winnipeg Jets and Buffalo Sabres made life a little more difficult for the Boston Bruins after a mega deal this past week. Part of the deal sent 29-year-old winger Drew Stafford to the Jets, who Harris wrote on BostonHerald.com Saturday was on the Bruins' "list of possible trade targets." Moving forward, Harris says the Bruins could be in the market for a familiar face. Former Bruins forward Michael Ryder could come at the affordable price of "nothing more than a draft pick." Buffalo's Chris Stewart is also another option, however both players have been underwhelming this season. “I feel like I’m a broken record every year at this time,” Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli said, as quoted by Harris. “A lot of teams are in (the playoff race). There’s a few teams that are out that have very high prices (for tradeable players).We’re looking at both rentals and hockey trades. It’s hard to do a hockey trade and the rentals are overpriced. So we just keep pecking away.” http://www.tsn.ca/trade-talks-leafs-and-canadiens-dealing-1.207463 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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