May 3rd, 2011 by

Bruins’ depleted D still strong with Seidenberg

(Photo: Steve Babineau/Getty Images) Dennis Seidenberg has been the Bruins best D this post season

With just under three minutes remaining in the first period of last night’s 3-2 overtime victory against the Philadelphia Flyers, Boston Bruins rookie defenseman Adam McQuaid scarily suffered a sprained neck after flying head-first into the end boards behind netminder Tim Thomas.

The 24-year-old — who is averaging just under 13 minutes of post season ice time per game — was sent to a nearby hospital, traveled back to Boston with his teammates, and now listed as day-to-day.

Here’s another look at the incident.


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  1. Pingback: With young talent future looks bright for Bruins | The Hub of Hockey – A Boston Bruins Hockey Blog by Mark Marino May 31, 2011 […] Dennis Seidenberg: During the 2009-10 season the German defenseman was traded from the Panthers to the Bruins in exchange for Byron Bitz, and Craig Weller. No. 44 instantly became a fan favorite with his knack for blocking shots like crazy. An injury to his arm forced him to sit out the Bruins two series during the 2009-10 playoffs. This season the 29 year old has picked up where he left off last season, and has been the Bruins best defenseman in their run to the Stanley Cup Finals. Seidenberg has three years remaining on his current contract. […]

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