Breaking news: Boston Bruins announced yet another arrival of undoubted super player into the roster for incredible amount..

Don Sweeney promised on May 22 that the Bruins will be “aggressive” in the offseason in an effort to

elevate a good NHL roster.

He reiterated Boston’s intention to “attack” the free-agent market on Thursday.

We’ll find out on Monday how far the Bruins intend to follow through on their offseason declarations.

Monday at noon marks the start of the NHL free-agency spending frenzy, and Boston is well-positioned

to add one or more impact players from the open market.

The Bruins have $21.6 million in cap space as they head into free agency, according to CapFriendly. Only

the Carolina Hurricanes ($23.8 million) and Nashville Predators ($26.3 million) have greater financial

freedom than Boston among the clubs who advanced to the Stanley Cup Playoffs this fall.

Granted, Jeremy Swayman’s new contract will require some of Boston’s cap space to be used.

Though Swayman’s pay day added an additional $7-8 million to Boston’s books, the team should still be

well-positioned to add some impact players on Monday.

These are Boston’s possible free-agent targets, starting with Elias Lindholm.

Stay tuned for real-time updates, commentary, and more. Return later in the evening for additional

commentary and in-depth examination of Boston’s actions.

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