Bergeron, McQuaid Return To Practice For BruinsThe Bruins had their leader back on the ice on Wednesday, as Patrice Bergeron made his return to practice.
Patrice Bergeron To Miss Bruins' Season Opener; Kevan Miller Undergoes Hand SurgeryThe Bruins will kick off their season on Thursday night in Columbus, but they will do so without their most important player.
Kalman: Bruins Leaning On Fresh Faces, Fresh Approach To Improve DefenseGeneral Manager Don Sweeney hasn’t acquired a stud No. 2 defenseman and the Bruins will start the season with two of their veteran defensemen on injured reserve.
Kalman: McQuaid, Miller Make For Minuscule Odds Bruins Will Be BetterAdam McQuaid’s ready to be under pressure and he thinks he can be part of the solution more than part of the problem.
Capitals' Sill Suspended 2 Games For Boarding McQuaidWashington Capitals forward Zach Sill was suspended for two games without pay by the NHL on Wednesday for boarding Boston Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid.
Kalman: Bruins Right To Not Attack Sill For Accidental McQuaid InjuryIf you’re outraged about the hit Washington forward Zach Sill put on Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid on Tuesday, at least direct your ire in the right direction.
Bruins Unhappy With Zach Sill's Hit On Adam McQuaidMcQuaid was injured in the second period when he was checked headfirst into the glass Tuesday night against the Washington Capitals.
Hurley: As It Turns Out, Don Sweeney's Doing A Very Good JobArmed with more clarity with some of the situations surrounding the moves, here's a more enlightened look at the moves Sweeney has made in the past week.
Kalman: Trade For Rinaldo Doesn’t Mesh With Bruins’ Stated PlanMatt Kalman breaks down the trade made by the Boston Bruins for Zac Rinaldo on Monday.
Kalman: Sweeney's Draft-Day Moves Set Bruins BackThe moves the Bruins made Friday might make them contenders again ... in 2017-18.
Bruins Reportedly Sign Adam McQuaidThe Boston Bruins have reportedly signed defenseman Adam McQuaid to a four-year deal.
Bruins Report Cards: Defense Corps Has Plenty Of Room For ImprovementFrom the ill-timed trade of Johnny Boychuk to the injuries to major players that required a reliance on inexperienced young players to fill in, Boston’s defense corps rode a roller coaster in terms of performance all season.

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