The NHL offseason is here and for the next several weeks, teams will be scrambling to add some reinforcements ahead of an uncertain 2020-21 season that’s tentatively slated to begin on December 1.
While Boston has its own assortment of internal free agents it needs to address, there is a ton of talent available on the open market this offseason.
Boston has had some contracts come off the books this offseason, with deals for Kevan Miller and Matt Beleskey both expiring (unless Miller is back).
Sure, the team should absolutely re-sign some of its free agents. According to CapFriendly, the Bruins have about $14 million to work with this offseason.
With positional needs at right wing and defense, Boston could make a few smart, low-money signings that would be doable even with Torey