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.
Krug blames Brian Gionta’s genetics, not Matt Bartkowski, for the result of the hit.
Two games into his return from a seven-game healthy hiatus caused by his disastrous play on the Bruins’ back end, Bartkowski seems to have regained his mojo.
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.
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
The Boston Bruins and defenseman Matt Bartkowski have avoided arbitration, with the two sides reportedly agreeing to a deal on Monday.
Left defense turned out to be the Bruins’ Achilles’ heel come playoff time.
It’s obvious that when the Bruins brag about organizational depth, they’re not lying.
After an “embarrassing” loss in Game 3, Matt Kalman calls out the Boston blue line.
Dave Goucher joined Toucher & Rich on Friday to break down the Bruins’ Game 1 loss to Montreal, and look ahead to Game 2 on Saturday.