Mistakes in their own end, their inability to score and injuries to key forwards such as Nathan Horton and Rich Peverley have all contributed to the Bruins poor play since the All-Star break in late January.
Although Boston remains second in the Eastern Conference standings, the Ottawa Senators are only two points behind the Bruins in the Northeast Division. (Boston has four games in hand, however.)
The Bruins will certainly be active at the deadline and it's expected that they make some kind of move to improve the struggling offense, whether it's a major move or a small one.
Let's look at all the latest trade rumors, trade speculation and news surrounding the Bruins as the February 27 deadline approaches.
Be sure to check back here each day leading up to the deadline for the latest rumors, news, and updates on the Bruins.
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Nicholas Goss is a Boston Bruins Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report and was the organization's on-site reporter for the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals in Boston.