The Bruins would like to add some depth up front, and they've apparently been eyeing some Avalanche forwards.
The B's have interest in David Jones, Daniel Winnik and T.J. Galiardi, according to ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun.
All three Colorado forwards are reportedly in play, and LeBrun reports that the Bruins may have interest in dealing for one of them.
Jones, a 27-year-old right wing, has 15-13-28 totals through 53 games this season. He's coming off a season in which he tallied career highs across the board, with 27 goals, 18 assists and 45 points in 77 games in 2010-11.
Winnik, 26, has 5-13-18 totals in 63 games this season, and sits at a minus-11. The winger spent his first three seasons in Phoenix before being traded to Colorado in June 2010. He finished last season with 11-15-26 totals in 80 games.
Galiardi, meanwhile, has 8-6-14 totals in 55 games with the Avs this season. His most notable season came two years ago, when he finished with 15-24-39 totals in 70 games. The 23-year-old was a second-round draft pick in 2007.