It’s time for Claude Julien to do something that will really open up Brad Marchand’s eyes: scratch him.
Matt Kalman wonders if Gregory Campbell is working too hard. But that’s the only way the Bruins forward knows how to get better.
Zdeno Chara is so dominant in 25 minutes per game as a D-man. Imagine what he could do with 14 minutes of time as a forward.
No one has to remind the Bruins how important depth along the blue line is.
When you have a 22-year-old defenseman scoring goals at a pace that could see him finish the season with more than 30 over the course of a full season, you have to know how to harness his talents.
Trade acquisition Loui Eriksson hasn’t quite made sweet music with the duo of Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand this season.
Bruins coach Claude Julien obviously doesn’t intend to pull punches when it comes to critiquing a player who started a four-year, $18 million contract this season.
While his birth certificate and his multiple years of 20 or more goals in the Swedish Elite League confirm that he’s Swedish, Soderberg seems to have more of a Hawaiian or Jamaican outlook. He’s not worried about anything.
The Bruins are in a precarious position after letting the New Jersey Devils steal two points in the Garden Saturday night.
In a NHL career that’s consisted of less than 30 games, Torey Krug hasn’t had many nights worse than the he experienced Saturday night against New Jersey.