Now that Shawn Thornton is no longer part of the Bruins' fourth line, who will take his place.
D.J. Bean joined Sports Tonight to discuss some possible replacements for the veteran enforcer.
"It's going to be one of the kids, you'd think," said Bean. "They're not letting him walk so they can find another fighter. That's kind of the organizational philosophy change, whatever you want to call it."
"For me, I like Justin Florek. Big kid, can skate. Skating is going to be a priority in this little fourth line overhaul… Florek looked good every time he was in the lineup this season."