That they’re actually thriving and not diving without Chara should be a cause for celebration around the Bruins. Yet there seems to be little satisfaction with the higher-ups of the organization
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.
On the long list of jobs Tuukka Rask has as the No. 1 goaltender for the Bruins, near the top is stopper.
The injury that has already cost David Krejci five games out of the lineup might not go away anytime soon.
Is Bruins head coach Claude Julien too hard on Reilly Smith? Matt Kalman investigates.
The Bruins know that the grass isn’t always greener, and they’re happy to hang on to one of the best coaches in hockey for years to come.
At least one player on the Bruins has an alter ego. Let’s call that alternate personality Mad Barchand.
For five periods the Bruins looked like they were really going to be able to survive this post-Zdeno Chara portion of their lives.
The prognosis Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli gave for Chara’s injury was actually positive news.
Although there’s no way to replace Chara, the blow of his absence would be softened if the Bruins could figure what’s wrong with their other foundation player: Patrice Bergeron.