Linus Ullmark facing Boston Bruins trade rumors
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The Boston Bruins may be making some significant roster changes this offseason, and the goaltending position could be a key focus. According to Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic, the Bruins are expected to explore the possibility of trading star goaltender Linus Ullmark.

Ullmark, who turns 31 in July, is coming off another stellar season with the Bruins. However, his $5 million cap hit and modified no-trade clause make him a potential trade candidate as Boston looks to retool its roster.

Linus Ullmark Trade a Possibility for Boston Bruins

While a first-round pick might be the ideal return for Ullmark, Shinzawa believes a second- or third-round pick is a more realistic outcome. Moving Ullmark would create much-needed salary cap flexibility for the Bruins.

The availability of other established goalies on the market, such as Jacob Markstrom of the Calgary Flames and Juuse Saros of the Nashville Predators, could impact Ullmark’s trade value. If Markstrom and Saros remain with their current teams, the Bruins could command a higher price for Ullmark, potentially even securing that coveted first-round draft pick.

Recent NHL trade rumors suggest that Ullmark used his no-trade clause to block a potential deal to the LA Kings at the trade deadline. This could indicate a preference towards certain destinations if the Bruins pursue a trade this summer.

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