The Bruins learned Saturday night that life without their top two defensemen isn’t easy, as they suffered a 4-3 loss to the Senators Saturday night in Ottawa. The Senators survived a 6-on-4 late in the game to escape with the win.

Injuries have inconvenienced the Bruins all season, but things have gotten serious now that Dennis Seidenberg is done for the season with a torn ACL/MCL. It hurts them now, sure, but it won’t truly hurt them until the postseason rolls around. 



Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg is out for the season with a torn ACL/MCL suffered in the final minutes of Friday’s game, the team announced Saturday. The team also announced it has recalled Zach Trotman on an emergency basis and assigned goaltender Niklas Svedberg to Providence.

The Bruins proved that a team could win the Stanley Cup without a power play. Just imagine what they’ll be able to do now that they have one. 



Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg will not travel to Ottawa for Saturday’s game against the Senators due to what appeared to be a right knee injury.

Tuukka Rask picked up his league-leading fourth shutout of the season and Reilly Smith scored twice as the Bruins returned to action with a 5-0 win over the Senators Friday night at TD Garden.

The Bruins have recalled goalie Niklas Svedberg from AHL Providence, the team announced Friday. The 24-year-old is 11-5-3 with a 2.91 goals against average, .907 save percentage and one shutout this season. Last year, Svedberg was voted the AHL’s most outstanding goalie after going 37-8-2 with a 2.17 GAA, .925 save percentage and four shutouts.

The Bruins on Tuesday assigned forward Nick Johnson and defenseman David Warsofsky to AHL Providence, an indication that some of the injured B’s are ready to return.

Johnson, a former Dartmouth College star, played in seven games since his call-up on Dec. 10, recording no points or penalty minutes, with six shots on goal.

The NHL announced Tuesday that commissioner Gary Bettman has upheld the 15-game suspension given to Bruins forward

Ryan Spooner is the next argument player in the Bruins' storied history.