– theScore NHL (@theScoreNHL) July 26, 2023
The news saddened the entire field hockey world, which united to honor the Quebec player’s incredible career.
Indeed, with Bergeron’s departure, the Bruins now find themselves with a more-than-ordinary center line.
What’s more, the Jets and Flames aren’t rebuilding, so they want established players in return, not prospects and picks.
Other than goaltender Jeremy Swayman, the Bruins don’t have any NHL players who could be the basis of such a deal.
Obviously, Dvorak won’t be the Bruins’ first choice on the trade market – quite the contrary.
He’s the least attractive name on Wegman’s list, which also includes Elias Lindholm, Mark Scheifele, Logan Couture and Evgeny Kuznetsov.
Dvorak wouldn’t even be an upgrade over Charlie Coyle and Pavel Zacha.
On the other hand, the Montreal Canadiens’ center could become the most logical and straightforward option for the Bruins.
Well, firstly, because Dvorak is a defensive-minded center, a key element in Patrice Bergeron’s game.
The fact remains, however, that the CH’s #28 has a similar style of play, and that’s what might interest the Bruins.
Dvorak’s value is at an all-time low after two very ordinary seasons with the CH.
What’s more, it would be beneficial to the CH, which is trying to make room for these young players.
In a gust
– We wish him the best.
– Matthew Vachon (@MatthewVachon_) July 29, 2023
– It takes a win for Canada.
No time for math, Canada just wants to win https://t.co/yCQju1wAlt
– Radio-Canada Sports (@RC_Sports) July 29, 2023
– Nice night’s work for the Orioles.
The Yankees captain got three bases on balls in his return to the lineup. https://t.co/HWiCcDw3qA
– Passion MLB (@passion_mlb) July 29, 2023
– Read on.
Here’s a link to my latest story: Alouettes DB Dionté Ruffin happy to have found a home in Montreal | Montreal Gazette https://t.co/omPs0HZhKn
– Herb Zurkowsky (@HerbZurkowsky1) July 29, 2023
– To be continued.