Bruins Rumors: 3 Offseason Suitors for Danton Heinen

Danton Heinen has had a very good season for the Boston Bruins. In 69 games, the skilled winger has 16 goals to go along with 34 points. When noting that he earned his contract through a PTO, Heinen having this kind of season is impressive. As a result, if he hits the market, there will be a lot of interest in his services. Let's go over three teams that could look to target him this summer.

Minnesota Wild: The Minnesota Wild would be wise to add to their middle six during the summer. Bringing in a player like Heinen who can play in all situations would be good for them because of it. He would give them more production and a solid two-way winger to work with.

Philadelphia Flyers: The Philadelphia Flyers are likely going to look to add to their forward group this summer. Bringing in a winger like Heinen could be worthwhile because of it. He would give them another veteran to help mentor their younger players and could be a nice fit on their second line. 

Colorado Avalanche: The Colorado Avalanche are going to look to add to their top nine over the offseason. Heinen could work wonderfully on their third line and be an option for both their power play and penalty kill if signed. With that, he has a lot of playoff experience, which would make him fit in on a contender like the Avs. 

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