Colin Miller, McQuaid, Beleskey highlight B's players left unprotected

Colin Miller, McQuaid, Beleskey highlight B's players left unprotected

There’s little doubt that on some level things could potentially work between Ilya Kovalchuk and the Bruins. Who couldn’t use a big left wing who still has enough in the tank at 34 to put up 32 goals and 78 points in 60 games in the KHL last season? Or one who scored 37 goals and led his NHL team, the New Jersey Devils, to the Stanley Cup Final in his last full regular-season in North America? The 6-foot-3, 230-pounder could team with David Krejci and David Pastrnak to be something dynamic on a Czech-Russian line that would put fear in the hearts of opposing defenses, and Kovalchuk would be dynamite on the Boston power play as a left-shot finisher. If it was just a matter of the Black and Gold

990
Like
Save

Comments

Comments are disabled for this post.