From 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.
Matt Kalman hands out his grades for the Bruins’ defensemen at the midway point of the season.
Carl Soderberg might not be ready to be a No. 2 center, never mind a No. 1, writes CBS Boston’s Matt Kalman.
The Boston Bruins will be without their top-line center when they host the New Jersey Devils on Monday night, but there’s a chance they could get one of their injured defensemen back for the game.
The 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.
General manager Peter Chiarelli announced on Monday afternoon that defenseman Kevan Miller will be out indefinitely after suffering a dislocated right shoulder against Buffalo Saturday night.
With the regular season set to begin on Causeway Street, here are five questions the new-look Bruins’ defense corps has to answer to make everyone forget Boychuk
Thursday night’s Game 4 now borders on must-win territory for the Bruins. Here’s how they got there.
The Bruins held their first practice in preparation for the Stanley Cup playoffs on Tuesday, and a handful of players were home sick fighting the flu.
Jarome Iginla will once again not be in uniform when the Bruins suit up on Tuesday night.