Jarome Iginla isn’t the only big time veteran on the Boston Bruins radar as they try to line up behind the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Eastern Conference acquisition race. Penguins GM Ray Shero is clearly making a statement that the time is now for Sidney Crosby and Co.

That leaves the Bruins and general manager Peter Chiarelli as a team looking for an answer prior to the April 3 NHL trade deadline. A source with knowledge of trade discussions has indicated to CSNNE.com that the Bruins are in on several other available top six forwards just in case the Iginla talks fall apart. Jaromir Jagr and Martin St. Louis are a pair of game-changing players that could fit the bill as offensive play makers and power-play boosters.


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