With the New Jersey Devils slotted in 30th, and the four conference finalists taking spots 26-29, the Bruins should be picking somewhere around the 25th overall mark in this year's NHL draft (assuming I've correctly interpreted the rules). Doubtless, the team will pick the best player available, but if that player happens to be a skilled forward, nobody is going to mind very much.
Kevin Fiala: Projected to go 24th overall on Bob McKenzie's midseason list, Fiala's numbers are ridiculous. The winger has 11 points in 17 Swedish Hockey League games, and six points in eight playoff games. He also scored at a point-per-game pace at the World Juniors and nearly double that at the under-18 tournament.
Adrian Kempe: Kempe stands 6'2" and has exceptional speed; it's a nice combination in a prospect and would combine the Bruins' love of size with their need to get a little faster. Ranked 27th overall on McKenzie's list, the left wing reportedly plays like what he is: The son of a coach.
Jakub Vrana: Vrana also plays in Sweden, a country the Bruins have not shied away from (three picks in 2013 came from Sweden). His numbers aren't as good as Fiala's, but he is a little bigger and boasts an impressive offensive tool kit.