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It’s no mystery that injuries have plagued the Bruins this season. Losing defenseman Adam McQuaid in Tuesday night’s game against the Winnipeg Jets was just another blow to a team struggling to produce on offense and lacking depth in the defense.
Jack Edwards joined NESN Daily to talk about what the loss of McQuaid means for the squad moving forward, and how they can improve heading into the latter part of the season. With the NHL trade deadline approaching on April 3, the B’s have needs on both offense and defense. They could use an extra defenseman strictly for insurance, and they could also benefit from acquiring a scoring power on offense to help prevent blowing leads that result in losses, as they have been doing of late.
For Edwards’ full breakdown, check out the video above.
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