Report: Bruins Unlikely to Land Paul Kariya, Keith Tkachuk


Report: Bruins Unlikely to Land Paul Kariya, Keith Tkachuk Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli may be disappointed if he's hoping to acquire Blues left winger Paul Kariya or teammate Keith Tkachuk before Wednesday's NHL trade deadline.

The Bruins reportedly have interest in both players, but neither is willing to waive his no-trade clause, says Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos via Twitter

The Blues have the fourth-worst record in the Western Conference and may be looking to move Kariya, Tkachuk, defenseman Carlo Colaiacovo or right wing Brad Boyes before the trade deadline.

Kariya has struggled this season, posting 12 goals and 17 assists with St. Louis. The 35-year-old former University of Maine star has recorded 975 career points in 15 NHL seasons.

The Bruins have been active on the trade market, acquiring defensemen Steve Kampfer and Cody Wild in separate trades on Tuesday. Chiarelli is reportedly looking to acquire an offensive-minded forward before the deadline.

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