Bergeron Return Might Better Balance Bruins ForwardsPatrice Bergeron’s return should help the Bruins iron out some of the troubles they’ve had on the back end.
Kalman: Marchand, Backes Make Sure Bruins Don't Miss BergeronBrad Marchand continued his transformation from sidekick to hero.
Kalman: Bruins’ Depth Beyond First Line Will Be Tested During Bergeron AbsenceBruins coach Claude Julien is going to be juggling until Patrice Bergeron can come back.
Kalman: Bruins Leaning On Fresh Faces, Fresh Approach To Improve DefenseGeneral Manager Don Sweeney hasn’t acquired a stud No. 2 defenseman and the Bruins will start the season with two of their veteran defensemen on injured reserve.
Kalman: Sprinkling In Some Youth Can Help Bruins Evolve, Improve This SeasonA few players at training camp are accelerating the Bruins’ process of getting younger, more dynamic, and maybe even better.
Canadian Idol Brad Marchand Ready To Make Opponents, Fans Hate Him Again With BruinsBrad Marchand entered the World Cup of Hockey a hated man in Canada, but left a hero. Now, he's looking to make those former Team Canada teammates hate him once again in the NHL.
Kalman: With Center Position Stacked, Czarnik Could Be Versatile Option For BruinsIt doesn’t take much coaxing to get Bruins assistant coach Bruce Cassidy to praise center Austin Czarnik.
Kalman: Bruins Hoping Moore Can Make Spooner Respectable At Winning FaceoffsEvidence that the Bruins specifically made sure Spooner spent time with Moore was on display after formal drills were complete at Warrior Ice Arena on Thursday.
Kalman: Bruins' Malcolm Subban Shakes Off Rust In Return To CreaseYou couldn’t blame goaltender Malcolm Subban if he flinched even just a little bit in the face of an NHL slap shot.
Kalman: Backes Has To Focus Leadership Skills On Bruins' Dressing RoomAs long as David Backes channels his leadership in the right direction, the Bruins should benefit from having someone around that will tell them the truth and make sure they’re accountable.
Kalman: Marchand’s Getting Paid Like A Star But Needs To Keep Being HimselfBrad Marchand is going to get rewarded for his ability to move beyond the trash talk and cheap shots and become one of the premier two-way talents in the NHL.
Kalman: Unfortunate Vatrano Injury Opens Opportunity For Other BruinsAlthough the situation is unfortunate for Vatrano, the Bruins might be able to get by without him.