Some observers see defenseman Adam McQuaid and forward Chris Kelly as two potential keys for releasing the Bruins from “salary-cap jail.”
The right side of the Bruins’ defense corps was rescued this season by the emergence of two inexperienced players who matured into key members of the NHL roster this season.
The Boston Bruins hit the ice Monday before leaving for Detroit.
The Bruins are not expecting Dennis Seidenberg to return for the playoffs, GM Peter Chiarelli said on Monday.
Five defenseman are all thought to be locks on the Bruins’ blue line come playoffs, leaving two men vying for one spot. Who is the odd man out?
Adam McQuaid has not played for the Bruins since Jan. 19, and despite some earlier optimism, the defenseman won’t be returning to the ice any time soon.
The Bruins will be without Tuukka Rask in their first post-Olympics game on Wednesday night in Buffalo.
When they’re playing in games, NHL players are a fearsome bunch. But when they’re off the ice, they’re some of the most generous athletes you could ever find.
Forward Chris Kelly and defenseman Dougie Hamilton returned to practice on the Bruins on Thursday.
Kevan Miller is young, he’s affordable and his signing could mean Adam McQuaid is heading for the trading block, according to Joe Haggerty.