NHL Rumors: Update On Bruins Goalie Situation & Trade Rumors Surrounding It

The Boston Bruins currently find themselves in a highly favorable goaltending situation, boasting a formidable tandem with Linus Ullmark and Jeremy Swayman.

Despite persistent trade rumors swirling around both netminders, it's becoming increasingly unlikely that the Bruins will part ways with either of them, according to Nick Goss of NBC Sports Boston and Lyle Richardson.

Ullmark and Swayman have been integral to the team's success, solidifying the defense and compensating for any shortcomings in front of them.

So far this season, Ullmark holds a .928 save percentage, 2.23 GAA, and a 6-1-1 record.

Swayman has also been fantastic, posting an absurd .944 SV%, 1.69 GAA, one shutout, and a 6-0-1 record.

General Manager Don Sweeney has consistently emphasized his commitment to maintaining this exceptional goalie duo, particularly in light of the recent retirements of key players like Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci.

Their stellar performances have vindicated Sweeney's decision, with Ullmark and Swayman playing pivotal roles in the Bruins' impressive performance and their contention for a top spot in the overall standings.

While trade offers may be tempting, it appears that the Bruins are steadfast in their determination to prioritize goaltending stability and keep their potent duo in the crease, making any potential trade highly improbable in the near future. Photo Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports