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Dennis Seidenberg has been around the Bruins for the past five years and he’s seen the highs and lows that have come right along with the Black and Gold experience.
The German defenseman's absence is one of the common denominators in two of the B's more disappointing postseasons: Seidenberg was injured and unavailable for the playoff collapse against the Philadelphia Flyers in 2010, and the same for this spring’s second-round ouster at the hands of the Montreal Canadiens.
Clearly, the German defenseman is a key cog in the Bruins success and he’s become one of the team leaders based on his tireless hard work and team-based attitude. So, there is some resonance when Seidenberg said he hopes this past season's edition of the Bruins – the one that rolled through the regular season, and then disappointed in the postseason -- gets another kick at the Stanley Cup next year.
Hockey sources have indicated to CSNNE.com that the Bruins are going to be very active in the trade ma...
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Boston Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg is a strong, rugged player, one who’s tough to play against. He also has two dogs named “Wiggles” and “Bubbles Lollipop.”
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Bad British Commentary has taken on the NHL, although Bruins fans still might want to shield their eyes.
The comedy group is back at it, and they finally gave hockey the Bad British Commentary treatment while revisiting a game from the 2013 Stanley Cup Final. The video, which surfaced Thursday, features the guys dubbing over the Chicago Blackhawks’ dramatic come-from-behind victory...