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Bruins Beat: Injury Updates Video

Bruins Beat: Injury Updates - Dennis Seidenberg speaks with media for the first time since his season-ending injury, while Bruins like Dougie Hamilton and Loui Eriksson are on the mend.

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Seidenberg To Miss Remainder of Season With Torn ACL/MCL; B's Recall Trotman & Assign Svedberg

BOSTON, MA – Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today, December 28, that defenseman Dennis Seidenberg will miss the remainder of the 2013-14 season with a torn ACL/MCL in his right knee. The expected recovery time for Seidenberg is 6-8 months.

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The wonderful moustache-filled month of Movember is coming to an end.

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Practice Notebook: Seidenberg, McQuaid Both Make Trip to Detroit

WILMINGTON, MA - The Bruins hit the ice for practice on Tuesday at Ristuccia Arena with a full group. Both Adam McQuaid and Dennis Seidenberg have integrated back into team skates, but have yet to get back into game action since each suffering lower-body injuries.

The good sign? Both were set to travel to Detroit on Tuesday, as the B’s prepare to face the Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena on Wednesday night.

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Behind the E[quipment]: Blood, Sweat and Gear

Spend 48 hours with Bruins Equipment Manager Keith Robinson (in his 26th season with the team) and his staff, who were just highlighted in the latest episode of Behind the B.

B's Extend Seidenberg Four Years

Boston, MA - B’s GM Peter Chiarelli announced today that the club has signed Dennis Seidenberg to a four-year extension. 

"He’s been a warrior for us. There’s a lot of things that he has that are compatible with the way we want to play. Still, he’s 32, but we feel he’s in very good condition; keeps good care of himself and frankly he wanted to stay here so it was easier to get done for that reason."

- Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli

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Happy 32nd birthday to Dennis Seidenberg! #nhlbruins

Happy 32nd birthday to Dennis Seidenberg! #nhlbruins

Seidenberg Earns 'The Jacket' - Monday night, following the Bruins’ 2-0 shutout of Chicago to take Game 3, one leader in the spoked-B passed on the “Player of the Game Jacket” to another.

Though, this leader often paves the way by thwarting others’ paths.

After the B’s had take a 2-1 series lead over the Blackhawks, a very demanding and intense leader in Chris Kelly passed along the jacket he had been given from Adam McQuaid to defensive leader and shutdown presence Dennis Seidenberg.

Players like Kelly and Seidenberg often go unnoticed to the public eye on a nightly basis. Everyone notices Zdeno Chara's 6-foot-9 force out on the ice, or Tyler Seguin's speed. The pair haven't been putting up offensive numbers, but they do what the Bruins like to call the “little details” the right way.

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It’s a huge help, obviously.  We’ve gotten better, a lot better, as the season has gone on.  They’re not trying to play goalie, they’re just trying to be in the lane. All the other guys are taking care of their ice, keeping their head up, looking to guys behind them or in front of them. Dennis, for example, today, he blocked a lot of shots. Our D did a tremendous job during the playoffs doing that. I like that, as long as they block it and don’t let it go through, we’ll be all set.
Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask during his postgame press conference following the B’s 2-0 shutout of the Blackhawks, on how much he appreciates his teammates helping him out by getting into the shooting lanes

Dennis Seidenberg (seated next to him in the Player of the Game jacket during this interview), led with six blocked shots in the win, and has blocked 20 shots in the three games so far this series.

Overall, Johnny Boychuk’s 57 blocked shots lead the postseason. Seidenberg comes in next with 49, and Zdeno Chara is fourth with 38.


Seidenberg Getting Close to Return

NEW YORK, NY - The Bruins held an optional practice at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday afternoon, in between their 2-1 win and Game Four tomorrow night, in which they could close out the series against the New York Rangers.

Dennis Seidenberg was among the group of six defensemen (with Krug, Johnson, Redden, Bartkowski and Hamilton) and seven forwards (Jagr, Seguin, Kelly, Campbell, Soderberg, Pandolfo, Daugavins) who opted to hit the ice, along with Anton Khudobin and goaltending coach Bob Essensa in full pads, as Tuukka Rask stayed off to rest.

Following the skate, Seidenberg said that he felt good out on the ice and that he’s “getting better every day.”

"There’s a chance, for sure," said the blueliner, when asked by media if there was a chance he could play Thursday. "Again, you don’t want to come back too early, so I think we’ll see how it feels tomorrow and go from there."

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