Joe Haggerty of Comcast SportsNet New England thinks the Bruins need a big, physical “Dennis Seidenberg-type” defenseman – the only problem is teams aren’t willing to budge on their top 4 guys just yet.
Despite growing up in the sunny and warm weather of Southern California, Bruins defenseman Kevan MIller grew up dreaming about playing in the NHL.
Kevan Miller is young, he’s affordable and his signing could mean Adam McQuaid is heading for the trading block, according to Joe Haggerty.
Although the Bruins have a glut of young defenseman on their team and in Providence, Adam Jones thinks that won’t be enough to get it done in the postseason.
Miller was impressive in his first NHL go-around with the Boston Bruins just a few weeks ago, but found himself back in Providence after just nine games with the big club.
Dennis Seidenberg will have to watch the rest of the season as a spectator, a disappointing realization for the Boston defenseman after another strong start by the Bruins.
The Boston Bruins have recalled defenseman Kevan Miller from the Providence Bruins on an emergency basis, the team announced on Monday.
Dave Goucher and Bob Beers talked to Adam after a Bruins 2-0 win over the Flames that saw Chara score two power play goals.
The Bruins played three games in Western Canada last week, but you can argue they only played three (maybe four) periods over the course of those contests.
The Bruins face Andrew Ference’s Oilers on Thursday night, and the former Boston blue-liner’s gritty style is still prevalent in the B’s.