Islanders Rumors: Atlantic Division Team Showing Trade Interest In Jean-Gabriel Pageau

Recent NHL trade rumors have brought to light the potential interest of the Boston Bruins in acquiring New York Islanders forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau.

With the departure of players like David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron, the Bruins are reportedly seeking to strengthen their center position, and Pageau has emerged as a viable option.

Speculation suggests that a trade involving Pageau and Jake DeBrusk of the Bruins could be in the works, offering a change of scenery for both players.

Reports indicate that while Pageau holds a limited no-trade clause, he might be open to a move to the Bruins, which has generated discussions among NHL fans.

Some view Pageau's addition as a valuable asset to the Bruins' roster, while others underline his integral role within the Islanders' team dynamics.

This past season, Pageau put up 13 goals and 40 points over 70 games played, three points shy of tying his career high in points, which he set in 2015-16 over 82 games.

As trade talks unfold, the outcome will hinge on negotiations between the two teams and the players' willingness to be part of the potential trade arrangement. Photo Credit: James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports