Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney said Thursday he may be done dealing after acquiring centre Charlie Coyle from the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday.

Sweeney said he will continue to look for trades, but noted the most important thing for the Bruins will be staying healthy down the stretch.

"I don't know that we're necessarily going to do anything else," Sweeney said, per NBC Boston. "We're going to continue to make calls and take calls. We'll continue to look at areas, but we're excited. We need to stay healthy. That's a paramount thing down the stretch"

The Bruins traded forward Ryan Donato and a conditional fifth-round draft pick to the Wild for Coyle, who has 10 goals and 28 points in 60 games this season. 

Coyle, 26, is signed through next season and will provide depth to the Bruins at centre behind Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci

"We haven't had the depth in scoring. I think that's a fair assessment of our group. I'm hopeful and we're hopeful that Charlie can come in and create match-up problems [against opponents]," Sweeney said Thursday. "We feel like he can drive a line."

The Bruins currently sit second in the Atlantic Division with 80 points through 61 games this season. Boston is currently without their leading goal scorer, David Pastrnak, due to a thumb injury. He is expected to be re-evaluated next week.