Dennis Seidenberg

Bruins’ Seidenberg Planning Impactful Comeback After Back SurgeryIn Dennis Seidenberg’s mind, the surgery is just another bump along the road of his injury-plagued career and by April we won’t even remember that he missed nearly one quarter of the season.
Kalman: Seidenberg Injury Means Sweeney Can Get Better Feel For Bruins’ FutureWith Dennis Seidenberg on the shelf, the Bruins can get down to the unenviable task of assessing what they have in their organization and what they might need to import from other teams.
Seidenberg To Undergo Back Surgery, Will Miss Up To 8 WeeksThe Boston Bruins will be without defenseman Dennis Seidenberg when the 2015-16 season gets underway in a couple of weeks.
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.
Kalman: Chiarelli, Bruins Players Believe In Current Roster -- Albeit With Modest GoalsThe best thing the Bruins might have going for them right now is solidarity.
Report: Bruins Willing To Trade Dennis Seidenberg, Loui ErikssonThe NHL trade deadline continues to draw near, and some big names are beginning to get thrown into the discussion.
Kalman: Miscast McQuaid Looking To Keep Improving For BruinsIt’s a perfect time to take stock of how the Bruins have fared without defenseman Johnny Boychuk because on Saturday, the veteran and his Eastern Conference powerhouse New York Islanders will be Boston’s opposition at TD Garden.
Kalman's Grades: Mixed Bag On Bruins' BluelineMatt Kalman hands out his grades for the Bruins' defensemen at the midway point of the season.
Chara Returns, But Not Pleased With His PlayZdeno Chara returned from a left knee injury Thursday night, but the Bruins captain wasn't very pleased with his performance.
Kalman: Recent Goaltending Choices The Least of Bruins’ ProblemsWhether they’re trading a top-four defenseman on the eve of the regular season, sending a player deserving of a chance in the NHL back to the American League for more seasoning or doling out goaltending assignments, the Bruins are always looking at the big picture.
Bruins Preparing For Life Without CharaThe Boston Bruins are used to having an imposing force leading the way on the defensive end, but are waking up Friday getting ready for life without their leader.
Jaffe: Dennis Seidenberg Not Yet In Hockey ShapeNESN's Billy Jaffe came on Toucher & Rich Tuesday morning to talk about Dennis Seidenberg's health and other Bruins topics.