Gregory Campbell is one of the least spoiled athletes in this town, but the Bruins are privileged to have him.
Peter Chiarelli has now given coach Claude Julien eight defensemen to mix and match even without the injured Dennis Seidenberg and Adam McQuaid.
The Bruins contend for championships every season now and that’s all that concerns David Krejci, regardless of how many times he puts the puck in the net.
The flu was the only thing that got in Tuukka’s way in Sochi.
Zdeno Chara returned to practice with the Bruins on Monday at TD Garden.
Krug’s presence on the power play has been invaluable to making the Bruins a more threatening offensive club in 2013-14, and his overall contributions have landed him in the running for NHL’s rookie of the year honors.
If he plays well and stays healthy at the Olympics, Loui Eriksson might be able to better show the Bruins the things they acquired him to provide.
While we’re using the upcoming two-plus weeks without an actual Bruins game to conjure up trades general manager Peter Chiarelli can make between the end of the Olympic trade freeze and the March 5 trade deadline, we’re going to have to lower our expectations.
Patrice Bergeron again showed that he’s more than just a defensive wiz as he scored two goals and added an assist in the Bruins’ 7-2 shellacking of the Ottawa Senators at TD Garden.
Tuukka Rask is an exceptional goaltender, but he’ll face stiff competition from Antti Niemi and Kari Lehtonen for playing time.