Everybody knows that the Boston Bruins are having salary cap problems, and with Blake Wheeler's arbitration hearing, Tyler Seguin's future contract, another roster player signing, and only $12,000, things aren't looking too good for the B's.
Ever since the lockout Marc Savard has been one of the premiere centers in the NHL. Over the last five seasons he has collected 392 points in 361 games. All this despit this past season being cut short due to injuries, most seriously by another concussion.
With the Bruins looking to clear some cap in order to fill out their roster, they don't really have many options for what they can do. Marc Savard has a limited no-trade clause that allows him to chose five teams to which he will accept a trade. Toronto, Ottawa, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Montreal are teams that have been listed as those which Savard has picked, with some rumors also indicating Calgary.
Even though Savard has already made a list of the teams he'd be willing to go to, this list will look at ten teams who could benefit from acquiring Marc Savard.
Note: This article will not be looking at how logical a trade between the two teams will be but how likely they would be willing to trade for Savard if it were possible.