Matt Kalman covers the Bruins for ESPNBoston.com. He has been on the Bruins beat since the lockout for numerous publications and has been covering the Boston sports scene for a decade.
Locking up Dennis Seidenberg shows Boston is still a good place to be.
Too-many-men a recurring nightmare for Bruins as penalty caps collapse.
Five Bruins need to pick up their play for Boston to win Game 7.
Rookie goaltender Tuukka Rask can carry the Bruins for only so long.
With a 3-1 lead and heading home, Bruins stay confident after Game 4 loss.
David Krejci's replacement is just one thing to watch as B's go for a sweep.
Blake Wheeler put doubts behind him and sparked the Bruins to a Game 3 win.
Miroslav Satan is making sweet music with David Krejci and Milan Lucic.
Despite injuries and reshuffling, everything fell in line for Claude Julien.
Reunion of Michael Ryder and Marc Savard could give Bruins scoring depth.
The penalty kill is Boston's strength, but power-play goals are finally arriving.
Marc Savard's return for Round 2 makes the Bruins' a dangerous opponent.
The Bruins' last line of defense continues to be first rate.
Mark Recchi's warrior mentality is rubbing off on his Boston Bruins teammates.
Bruins come home needing to stay in control to seize control of series.
Rallying around injuries has been hallmark of Bruins teams under Julien.
Penalty-kill unit of Paille, Begin and Wheeler comes through big for Bruins.
With three games left and a depleted back end, B's need all-out efforts.
Tim Thomas stands tall against Flames with some help from teammates.
Bruins winger Blake Wheeler works to conquer the sophomore jinx.
After weeks of sitting out, Tim Thomas is on top of his game against Toronto.
With the trade deadline past, the Bruins need to look internally for scoring.
Based on his moves, GM Peter Chiarelli is in denial about the Bruins' offense.
The Bruins limp to the trade deadline with a flat effort against the Canadiens.
Goaltender Tuukka Rask has given the Bruins a lot to think about.
Czechs' '98 Olympic upset of Canada, Russia made lasting impact on Krejci.
What we've learned about the Bruins heading into the Olympic break.
For Bruins players at Olympics, pressure and expectations vary.
Suddenly a backup goaltender, Tim Thomas works to stay sharp.
Bruins' scoring problems go beyond regulation play.
Bruins lose out twice -- once on Kovalchuk, then to Canadiens
The Bruins need to turn their season around quickly.
With their losing streak at eight, the Bruins simply need a break.
Mark Recchi is the Bruins' oldest player and one of their hardest workers.
Bruins see improvement, but whether it's valid or delusional is TBD.
Captain Zdeno Chara says the Bruins are trying too hard, but are they?
Bruins mailbag: Where can scufflling team look for help?
The Bruins' poor showing Monday can't be blamed on injuries or the schedule.
The Bruins and their fans are in search of vintage David Krejci.
Do Oilers have anyone the struggling Bruins want?
Dennis Wideman and other defensemen know it's time to step up on offense.
The Bruins' half-hearted effort against Chicago is all too familiar.
Boston looks to avoid letdown after impressive win over Ottawa.
Handing out midseason grades for the Boston Bruins.
The Bruins need Miroslav Satan to commit to being a two-way player.
Fenway Park offered some of its magic to the Bruins in the Winter Classic.
For all the anticipation for the Winter Classic, the B's are focused on winning.
NHL officials say its too early to worry about weather for Winter Classic.
Marc Savard finds new line configuration to his liking.
Bruins mailbag: Inconsistency a constant problem.
Producing the 2010 Winter Classic takes teamwork -- and some luck.
Marc Savard shows he's a 'team guy' on and off the ice.
Bruins goaltender Thomas shakes off rust -- and injury questions.
Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask tries to put shootout loss behind.
Team Canada's snub of Bruin stalwart Bergeron a shame and a mistake.
Will the Bruins add more offense? Our mailbag has the answers.
Coach Claude Julien, not just his players, are in need of a wake-up call.
Bruins players' complaints of poor, dangerous conditions get louder.
Mark Recchi's 900th assist helps Bruins gain some momentum.
Bruins' slow-starting front line finally comes through.
Bergeron snaps Bruins' lengthy scoring drought.
Meeting with Canadiens comes at good time for Bruins.
The Bruins' power play has become Boston's weak link.
1,500 games into his career, Mark Recchi still feels good.
NHL players don't seem to be bothered by heavy hits, so why should we be.
Former Sabre Paille is eager for playing time with Bruins
Steve Begin makes his first goal with the Bruins a big one.
New Bruin Daniel Paille expected to play against Nashville
The Bruins have new faces, but will it mean new results?
Milan Lucic's absence brings a shakeup in Boston.
Some spotty goaltending is just one of the issues the Bruins have had so far this season.
Bruin Krejci's speedy recovery from hip surgery boosts Olympic hopes
The Bruins' Andrew Ference dismisses criticism of his role in players' union.
Marc Savard is on target in shootout
Ex-Bruin Petteri Nokelainen excited to be teaming with childhood idols
Five man-advantages (one shot) provide no upper hand
Bruins, Ducks expected to get physical
In his fourth year in Boston Marc Savard is as hungry to win as ever.
With NHL leaving goalies at risk, Tim Thomas offers a crash course.
Marco Sturm found the net for the first time since December.
The Bruins brought their physical game Saturday against the Canes.
Bruins relish the opportunity to get back at Canes
Goaltending and a resurgent Patrice Bergeron are just two reasons for optimism around the Bruins.