Despite losing marquee players Jaromir Jagr (UFA), Nathan Horton (UFA) and Tyler Seguin (trade to Dallas) this offseason, the Bruins are poised once again to be serious contenders in the East in 2013-14. Looking to bolster a power play that clicked at a rate of just 14.8% in 2012-13 – good enough for 26th-overall in the NHL – Boston added an 11-time 30-plus goal scorer to the mix with the acquisition of Jarome Iginla this summer. In addition to extra offense, the Bruins also brought in two-way winger Loui Eriksson from Dallas, who will likely join forces with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand to form one of the most effective shutdown trios in the league.

Jarome Iginla (RW), Loui Eriksson (LW), Chad Johnson (G)

Nathan Horton (RW), Tyler Seguin (C), Jaromir Jagr (RW), Andrew Ference (D), Rich Peverley (C)

28-14-6, 62 PTS
4th in the East

Brad Marchand (45 GP, 18 G, 18 A, 36 PTS)
David Krejci (47 GP, 10 G, 23 A, 33 PTS)
Tyler Seguin (48 GP, 16 G, 16 A, 32 PTS)