Matt Kalman

Kalman: Bruins’ Riding Of Red-Hot Marchand, Spooner, Bergeron Sufficient For Short-Term SuccessBrad Marchand might not be among the elite Bruins in terms of bench presses, but right now he’s carrying the offense on his diminutive shoulders.
Kalman: Lost Late Leads, Struggles Against Lottery-Bound Teams Prove Bruins Aren't ContendersFor the second time in three home games the Bruins squandered a two-goal lead to a team closer to the bottom of the NHL than the middle of the pack, and this time they weren’t able to grind out two points.
Kalman: Loui Eriksson Set For Month Of Distractions Amid Trade Rumors, Contract TalksThe weeks between the All-Star break and the Feb. 29 trade deadline are when the speculation will intensify and it’ll be interesting to see how Eriksson handles the talk.
Kalman: Bruins’ Half Effort Against Anaheim Typical Of Mediocre First HalfThe Bruins had a chance to take second place in the Atlantic Division on Tuesday.
Kalman: Gustavsson Answers Late Call, Saves Bruins Vs. Last-Place ColumbusBoston's backup netminder made sure the Bruins earned two points in his spot start Saturday night against Columbus.
Kalman: Loss To Canucks Proves Healthy Bruins Have Hard Choices Ahead About Line CombosOver the course of the game coach Claude Julien had to alter the already changed line combinations in an effort to jump-start the Bruins.
Kalman: Bruins Wisely Putting David Pastrnak To Good Use During Return To Full HealthClaude Julien had a hunch, and it worked to perfection on Tuesday night in Montreal.
Kalman: Bruins Looking For Some Redemption Tuesday In MontrealMore than two weeks after the Bruins were outplayed in every facet of the game in a 5-1 loss to Montreal in the 2016 Winter Classic at Gillette Stadium, the Bruins will have a chance for redemption Tuesday against their archest rivals.
Kalman: Marchand's Late Goal Saves The Day For Bruins In Win Over Maple LeafsMatt Kalman takes a look at Brad Marchand's late-game heroics for the Bruins in their win against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night.
Kalman: Breaking Down Bruins' Biggest Issues At Season's Midway PointInstead of giving out meaningless midseason report-card grades, here’s a look at some of the issues the Bruins need to clear up at each position.
Kalman: David Pastrnak Set To Be Savior For Bruins’ Slumping OffenseBruins coach Claude Julien is doing all he can to not make David Pastrnak into a savior for a team that’s lost five of its past six games and has scored two total goals in his past two games.
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.

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