With both Nathan Horton and Jaromir Jagr potentially out of the mix for the Black and Gold, the Bruins will head into the summer in search for a couple of good right wings to fill out their roster.


There aren’t any bona fide internal candidates that will be handed the job by Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli, and young forwards like Jordan Caron, Jared Knight and Ryan Spooner will need to make an impression during training camp.


The Bruins will instead keep grinding for some legitimate NHL right wings to go along with Tyler Seguin and Shawn Thornton, and round out their organizational depth at the top level.


The possible return of Jagr [LINK] would be an interesting flight of fancy, and Chiarelli did admit that he’s “on the list.”


But there should be plenty of other options for the Bruins as they skim up and down the list of available players during a 48-hour window to meet with prospective free agents prior to the July 5 opening of free agency.


In Horton and Jagr, they’ll need to replace a duo that supplied 29 goals and 57 points in a lockout-shortened season, which shouldn’t strike anybody as impossible.