Boston Bruins Nick Foligno Speaks On Future NHL Plans

Boston Bruins veteran forward, Nick Foligno, has been vocal about his future with the team following their Game 7 loss to the Florida Panthers.

Despite the disappointment, Foligno has remained practical and positive, emphasizing the close relationships he has formed with his teammates and the team's achievements.

Foligno's contract with the Bruins will expire after the 2022-23 season, and he is uncertain about his future with the team. He expressed his love for the Bruins and his desire to stay with the team, but he understands that the decision is ultimately up to the team's management.

He remains open to considering other teams if a contract agreement is not reached, but his preference is to stay with the Bruins and help the team improve in the upcoming season.

Foligno has used the Game 7 loss as motivation to improve in the offseason, and he remains in good health and ready to consider his options regarding his future contract.

However, discussions may be delayed due to the uncertainty surrounding the futures of Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci.

In 60 games this season, the 35-year-old recorded 10 goals and 26 points. He just finished his 16th season in the NHL.

Despite the uncertainty, Foligno remains optimistic about his future with the Bruins, emphasizing his commitment to the team and his desire to rectify their shortcomings in the upcoming season.

He also acknowledges the need for flexibility in contract negotiations, expressing a willingness to work with the team to come to a mutually beneficial agreement. Photo Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports