Matt Kalman

Kalman: Bruins Play Chara's Type Of Defense, So He Rewards Them With Big GoalThe 6-foot-9 captain scored in a game where defense reigned.
Thriving Bruins Backup Gustavsson Survived Toronto ScrutinyWith a .914 save percentage and 2.20 goals-against average in his first five games with the Bruins, Jonas Gustavsson is clearly comfortable in his new role as Tuukka Rask’s backup.
Kalman: Eriksson Keeps Disproving Critics With Hat Trick Versus WildLoui Eriksson put home three goals Thursday night, continuing his string of solid play.
Bruins Banking On Belief Being Impetus For Season Turning AroundOnly those present in the Bruins’ dressing room before and after practice Wednesday at Ristuccia Arena know for sure what coach Claude Julien’s message was.
Kalman: Julien Needs To Get Bruins Singing Different Tune After Uncommitted Loss To SharksAfter the Bruins lost to the San Jose Sharks 5-4, they’ve now allowed 35 goals in nine home games.
Kalman: Bruins Defenseman Torey Krug Scores First Goal Of SeasonKrug is hoping the goals will start to come in bunches.
Kalman: Time Running Out For Bruins To Determine If Miscues Are Mental Or Changes Are NeededThe Bruins need to figure out if they can fix the mental errors on their blue line, or if changes need to be made. But Don Sweeney and Claude Julien are running out of time to do so.
Seidenberg Return Doesn’t Save Day, But Gives Bruins Lineup Options for FutureDennis Seidenberg looked in midseason form after missing the first 14 games of the season, but it couldn't help the Bruins Thursday night.
Kalman: Vatrano's Early Opportunity, Success Latest Proof Youngsters Can Play for JulienOnce again, the myth about Claude Julien's relationship to those players with less than a quarter century on Earth has been debunked.
Kalman: Krejci Penalty Spoils Vatrano's Bruins Debut Versus MontrealMatt Kalman says David Krejci's late penalty spoiled Bruins rookie Frank Vatrano's debut against the Canadiens on Saturday night.
Kalman: Bruins’ Porous PK Might Suffer More Without KellyChris Kelly’s injury means a lot of things for the Bruins’ immediate future.
Kalman: Productive Hayes Redefining Power Forward Role For BruinsBruins forward Jimmy Hayes is big, but it doesn’t seem like he has much bad in him. That's been OK for the Bruins with his savvy around the net.
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