Dennis Seidenberg D BOS 4 months ago

Seidenberg recorded an assist in 21:47 worth of ice time in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Panthers.

One of just two Bruins to play in all 81 of the team's games this season, Seidenberg's resilience can't be questioned, but on the heels of bouncing back from major right knee surgery, the sturdy blueliner has, at times, looked less explosive than in past seasons, en route to notching three goals and 13 points to date.

Dennis Seidenberg D BOS 4 months ago

Seidenberg (illness) returned to the ice Wednesday.

Seidenberg missed Tuesday's practice after feeling under the weather, but his presence on the ice puts him in line to suit up for Wednesday's game against the Caps. Heading into the contest, Seidenberg and Carl Soderberg are the only two Bruins who have played in all 79 of the team's games this season.

Dennis Seidenberg D BOS 4 months ago

Seidenberg, who was feeling under the weather, did not practice Tuesday, the Boston Globe reports.

That said, coach Claude Julien expects the blueliner to play Wednesday against the Caps, with Joe Morrow on hand in the event that Seidenberg -- who has not missed a game this season -- doesn't. Through 79 contests, Seidenberg has recorded 12 points and 34 PIM, numbers that restrict his fantasy utility to deeper formats.

Dennis Seidenberg D BOS 5 months ago

Seidenberg recorded an assist in 21:05 worth of ice time in Wednesday's loss to the Oilers.Seidenberg, who had gone 12 games without notching a point, has been mentioned as a player the Bruins could consider moving in advance on the NHL trade deadline. Overall, the 33-year-old blueliner has recorded 10 points this season, playing in all 57 of the Bruins' games to date, despite coming off a major knee injury that ended his 2013-14 campaign prematurely.

Dennis Seidenberg D BOS 7 months ago

Seidenberg recorded an assist in 20:51 worth of ice time in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Lightning.

Seidenberg, who saw a team-high 4:43 worth of short-handed duty Tuesday, has recorded nine points in 44 games to date to go along with a plus-3 rating, numbers that restrict his fantasy utility to deeper formats. Despite the fact that he is coming off a major knee injury that ended his 2013-14 campaign, the sturdy blueliner has yet to miss a game this season, while averaging 22:09 worth of ice time per contest for the Bruins, a mark topped only by Zdeno Chara (22:44).

Dennis Seidenberg D BOS 9 months ago

Seidenberg recorded his team's lone goal in Wednesday's 6-1 loss to the Maple Leafs.

The blueliner's second period tally didn't matter much, since the Leafs were already five goals ahead at the time. Seidenberg has a modest two goals and three assists through 17 games played so far, and also sports a plus-6 rating.

Dennis Seidenberg D BOS 9 months ago

Seidenberg tallied his first goal of the season in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Senators.

Most of the credit for Seidenberg's marker goes to the Senators' Erik Karlsson, whose costly turnover resulted in a wide-open shot for the Boston blueliner. Seidenberg has noticed in an uptick in ice time of late while filling in for Zdeno Chara on the top pairing, and has done well to take advantage so far. All three of his points on the season have come in the last four games, with Seidenberg attempting nine shots during that span.

Dennis Seidenberg D BOS 9 months ago

With Zdeno Chara out, Seidenberg joined Dougie Hamilton on the Bruins' top defensive pairing in Friday's practice, the Boston Globe reports.

Seidenberg, who is bouncing back from surgery that he underwent in early January to repair an ACL/MCL injury, is slowly rounding into form and with Chara out 4-6 weeks, he'll be counted on heavily to provide a shut-down presence in the coming weeks. That said, in his role as a rugged and defensively-sound defenseman for the B's, he's not likely to be much of a fantasy factor. To date, Seidenberg has yet to record a point in nine games.

Dennis Seidenberg D BOS 10 months ago

Seidenberg (knee) saw 19:46 worth of ice time in Tuesday's preseason opener against the Canadiens.

Seidenberg, who was credited with three blocked shots in the contest, thus appears ready to move past the surgery he underwent in early January to repair an ACL/MCL injury. As a result, he's on track to resume a key role on the Bruins' blue line this coming season, assuming no setbacks.

Dennis Seidenberg D BOS 10 months ago

Seidenberg (knee) is expected to play in Tuesday's preseason opener against Montreal, the Bruins' official site reports.

Seidenberg played in Sunday night's scrimmage, and reported no ill-effects afterward, the Boston Globe reports. Though it may take some time for the sturdy blueliner -- who is bouncing back from January knee surgery -- to shake off the rust, he's firmly on track to be in the Bruins' lineup to start the coming season, assuming no injury setbacks.