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Dallas' Jaromir Jagr
The obvious way to find offense is to pursue a star capable of regularly bulging the back of the net.
After missing out on Jarome Iginla, the Bruins will have a hard time looking for an elite forward, but that doesn't mean a blockbuster deal is out of the question.
Martin St. Louis would be a tremendous acquisition, as the ageless wonder continues to put up points in bunches, but Tampa Bay GM Steve Yzerman is reluctant to sell his aging superstar, according to ESPN. Despite Yzerman's public opposition to a deal, surprises are always possible at the trade deadline.
Another name to watch is Jaromir Jagr. The legendary winger has 14 goals and 12 assists for the Dallas Stars this season, with six of his goals coming on the power play.
The aging Jagr is now two decades removed from a pair of Stanley Cups, but perhaps he could cap off his career with a third in Boston.