Boston won the Stanley Cup last season, but the team has started the 2011-12 NHL season a bit sluggish and could look to make a move or two in hopes of turning the season around.
The latest from Bleacher Report has the Bruins looking to add Rick Nash in a move that could bring Boston a physical player that can help on offense. Nash has scored over 50 points in every NHL season he has played and at just 27 years of age, he could help Boston for several years to come.
Columbus made several moves this past off-season in hopes of making a run at the playoffs, but they have not panned out and the team is struggling. Look for the front office of the Blue Jackets to dump some salary and add some young talent as they look to rebuild the team from the ground up, and moving Nash could bring several talented youngsters in return for his services.
Boston has a good offensive prospect in Anton Khudobin that can help make this deal possible, and if the team throws in another youngster or quality veteran, Nash could find himself in the middle of the NHL playoffs in the near future.