Bruins’ Jim Montgomery Reveals His Wish List For Roster Improvements According to..

The Boston Bruins have had very successful regular seasons over the past two years but have fallen short of their ultimate goal — winning the Stanley Cup.


With more than $21 million in cap space entering free agency, the Bruins can be aggressive in retooling the roster for the 2024-25 season.


Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery doesn’t have much say in which free agents general manager Don Sweeney will try and sign in Boston, but the bench boss did reveal where he hopes the roster will improve when he joined the “NHL Wraparound Podcast.”


“Those next steps are going to be taken by Don Sweeney and his staff,” Montgomery said. “The fortune thing is, we’re in communication all the time. I understand where he is trying to improve the roster, but it’s so hard to dictate where we’re going to improve. I just have a lot of trust in Don and the incredible amount of work he does and how bright he is. He’s always going to give myself and the coaching staff a great opportunity.