Found March 29, 2012 on
BOSTON – The Bruins began the night down a defenseman with Dennis Seidenberg sidelined with a leg infection. They lost another key defender before the first period ended. With six minutes left in the opening frame, Adam McQuaid went back to retrieve a puck behind the Boston net and was hit hard into the boards by Washington forward Jason Chimera. McQuaid turned just before contact and was driven face first into the boards, opening a cut above his eye and ending his night. "He suffered a cut over the eyebrow and he wasn't feeling quite right," Bruins coach Claude Julien...

Report: Jason Chimera Won't Receive Supplemental Discipline for Hit on Adam McQuaid

Jason Chimera was given a five-minute major and a game misconduct for his hit against Adam McQuaid on Thursday night. It appears that's the only punishment he will be given. The Washington Examiner's Brian McNally reports that Chimera will not receive any supplemental discipline for his hit on the Bruins defenseman in the first period of the Capitals' shootout win in...

Vote: Should Jason Chimera Have Been Suspended for Hit on Adam McQuaid?

Adam McQuaid is used to dishing out punishing blows, but he was the recipient of one on Thursday night. Capitals forward Jason Chimera leveled McQuaid up against the boards during the first period of what was eventually a shootout victory for Washington. The play led to Chimera getting tossed from the game, but he avoided supplemental discipline, much to the dismay of many Bruins...

Jason Chimera blows up Adam McQuaid

Check out this hit by Washington Capitals forward Jason Chimera on Boston Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid. Chimera was given a five minute major and a game misconduct for this hit. Don't expect any further discipline from the Vice President of Players Safety Brendan Shanahan because the hit happened to a Boston Bruins player Chimera doesn't have a history of being suspended...

Video- Jason Chimera Hit On Adam Mcquaid

Chimera received 5 for charging and a game, Mcquaid will not return.

Bruins D McQuaid out at least two games with eye injury

Boston Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid will miss the next two games because his left eye is swollen shut.McQuaid suffered the injury after being hit face-first into the end boards by Washington Capitals forward Jason Chimera on Thursday. McQuaid will not travel with the team to New York for its games against the Islanders on Saturday and Rangers on Sunday.Bruins coach Claude Julien...

Bruins D Seidenberg ruled out vs. Capitals

Boston Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the Washington Capitals due to an infection in his leg. Seidenberg's leg was lacerated during Saturday's contest against the Los Angeles Kings. He played in the team's next two contests, but the team's medical staff elected to keep him out for Thursday's tilt as a precaution...

Bruins' Adam McQuaid Out of Action With Eye Injury, Dennis Seidenberg Will Travel to New York

The Boston Bruins revealed on Friday that defenseman Adam McQuaid did not suffer a concussion in Thursday's game against the Capitals. Instead, McQuaid's left eye is swollen shut and he will be unable to travel to New York with the team over the weekend. Claude Julien said, "There's no concussion, just a bad cut," according to a report from Julien...

Dennis Seidenberg Out With Infection in Leg, Will Miss His First Game of Season Against Washington

BOSTON -- The Bruins can clinch a playoff spot Thursday against Washington, but they'll have to do it without one of their top defensemen. Dennis Seidenberg, whose reunion with Zdeno Chara on the top pairing has helped turn things around for the Bruins, did not participate in the morning skate and will miss his first game of the season with a leg infection from a cut suffered...


by Kirk R Douglas (@Kd136Kirk)<span style="font-family: "Leelawadee","sans-serif"; font-size: 9.0pt; mso-bidi-font-family: "Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-font-size: 11.0pt; mso-bidi-theme-font: minor-bidi;">Last night the Bruins lost in the shoot out tothe desperate Washington Capitals. The B’s did well to get a point with a lategoal from...

Bruins Can All of a Sudden Find Plenty of Positives in Play With Playoffs Just Around the Corner

On Dec. 28, Dennis Seidenberg beat Jason LaBarbera on a fluky goal in overtime out in Phoenix. The overtime winner helped the Bruins overcome a somewhat pedestrian effort to escape the desert with a 2-1 win, running their winning streak to seven games. That was the last time the Bruins had a winning streak of more than two games. Until Tuesday night, that is. The Bruins beat the...

Did Patrice Bergeron, Brian Rolston or Dennis Seidenberg Score the Captain Morgan Goal of the Week?

The Bruins picked up some steam over the week, bagging a pair of wins during a three-game West Coast swing and a big win at home over the Lightning. The B's tallied 13 goals in four games and head into the final six games of the season with some confidence up front. Check out the Captain Morgan Goals of the Week nominees and don't forget to send in your vote in the right...
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