// Dennis Seidenberg

Bruins Win Insane War Against Habs

I have never seen anything like that. There hasn’t been action that chaotic in Boston since the Royal Rumble 10 days prior. The final victory, 8-6, seemed more like something Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford will put up in a few months. These two teams are supposed to be built on defense, but they scored […]

2010-2011 Boston Bruins Midseason Report Card

With 50 games in the books, the 2010-2011 Boston Bruins season has already past its halfway point. It seems like just yesterday that the team was over on their season-opening European trip, kicking off the season with a pair of games in Prague, splitting them with the Phoenix Coyotes. Months later, your hometown hockey squad […]

Ryan Miller’s 38 Saves Lead Sabres Past Bruins, 4-2

The Bruins fell to a hungrier, more desperate Buffalo Sabres team Thursday night, failing to protect two separate one-goal leads and eventually losing to their division rival, 4-2 at the Garden. Boston’s energy and effort was flat for much of the contest, especially down the stretch. They opened up the scoring midway through the first […]

Bruins Can’t Hold Off Tough Penguins Front

With such a tough schedule, you wondered how long the Bruins could keep it up. After such a crazy game against Philly, Pittsburgh let the Bruins back in the game, but won in the end 3-2. Boston opened with a flurry in the first minute, but couldn’t take the quick edge. They even got a […]

Bruins Drop Wild One in Shootout

In a game that went back and forth more than Hamlet deciding whether or not to be, the Buffalo Sabres emerged with a 7-6, shootout win. In a battle of futility between some of the (supposedly) best goaltenders in the NHL, nobody could play defense very well, or at all. Andrew Ference started the scoring […]

Thomas Not Immortal, Bruins Still Win

It wasn’t the best defensive stand, but with Ryan Miller out with lower body issues, the Bruins sprung out like a trap door spider to claim a 5-2 victory in Buffalo. Boston wasted no time going to work on the power play. The only thing was, it was Buffalo’s power play. With Michael Ryder in […]

Bruins Keep Rolling, Slaughter Senators 4-0

This crop of Bruins is special, and they once again rallied behind Tim Thomas Saturday to take down the Ottawa Senators 4-0. And it didn’t take long to begin the delightful process of ripping the collective hearts out of everyone in Ottawa. The Senators did make a good save point-blank 3:28 in, but whatever. David […]

Bruins 2010-2011 Preview: Defensemen

When most people think of what went wrong with the Bruins last year, the biggest problem was that they were unable to score goals to win games. Even when they were up against the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 in the series, they were unable to keep the momentum and ended up dropping four straight games on […]

Bruins Training Camp: What to Watch For, Part 2

On Wednesday, we showed the first four things to watch for as the Bruins open camp. While the way the 2009-2010 Bruins season ended really stung, we are turning the page to a new era of Boston Bruins hockey. One way to get that started is with new talent, like Nathan Horton and Gregory Campbell. […]

Bruins Training Camp: What to Watch For, Part 1

Is it too soon to talk about the Bruins yet, or is the sting of last spring’s playoff collapse still too painful to overcome? Personally, as tough as it may be to do, I say we turn the page to the next chapter: the 2010-11 NHL season. The B’s are off and running this month […]

Bruins Re-sign Seidenberg to Four-Year Extension

Everything is coming together for Dennis Seidenberg. The lacerated tendon in his arm has healed and Saturday he inked a four-year contract extension with the Bruins. Seidenberg, who has played for five clubs since 2002, is finally settling down. Peter Chairelli, the Bruins’ general manager, spoke about locking up the German defenseman for the next […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Flyers, Game 5

The Bruins will take their second shot at knocking the Flyers out of the Cup hunt tonight, as the series returns to the TD Garden for Game 5 with Boston enjoying a 3-1 lead. Boston had their chances to complete the four-game sweep of Philly on Friday night, but an overtime goal by Simon Gagne […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Sabres, Game 1

We weren’t sure whether or not the Boston area would get to enjoy playoff hockey this spring, but after a healthy winning streak to round out the regular season, not only are the Bruins (39-30-13, 91 points) in the playoffs, they got themselves up into the sixth seed in the East. Now, instead of having […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Capitals, Monday April 5th

Down the stretch they come, as the Bruins (36-30-12) enter the final week of the regular season, with four huge games that will tell us whether our hometown hockey club is playoff bound or bound to clean out their lockers for a lengthy off-season. A tall task lies ahead of them this evening, as they […]

Boston Rakes In Victory Over Leafs With Playoff Spot, Draft Pick on Line

Following recent troubles, the Bruins rallied Saturday to drop the Maple Leafs 2-1 in OT. You could tell it would be a tough contest (despite it being Toronto) when Colton Orr (no relation to Bobby) snapped the puck past Tuukka Rask 5:10 into the game. And Michael Ryder got called for hooking 9:15 in, and […]