Dennis Seidenberg

#44 D / Boston Bruins / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 210 lb Age: 34 College: None

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      Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Back in action

      In his first game of the season following back surgery in September, Seidenberg saw 15:34 worth of ice time in the Bruins' 3-2 loss to the Avs on Thursday. In the process, Seidenberg recorded a team-high six hits and a pair of blocked shots in the contest. While the veteran blueliner doesn't bring much offensive upside to the table, he adds a sturdy veteran presence to a Boston backline that figures to help the B's tighten things up a bit in front of goalies Tuukka Rask and Jonas Gustavsson moving forward.

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      Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Will play Thursday

      Seidenberg will make his season debut Thursday against Colorado. Seidenberg was a game-time decision for Thursday night's tilt against the Avalanche, but participated in rushes during pregame warmups, indicating he will make his season debut in Thursday night's matchup with Colorado. He is expected to skate alongside Kevan Miller on the Bruins' second pairing in Thursday's contest.

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      Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Game-time call Thursday

      Seidenberg (back) will be a game-time decision for Thursday's game against the Avs, reports. Seidenberg, who underwent back surgery in late September, has been practicing of late and taking contact in the process. He's now to the point where coach Claude Julien says that "there's a good possibility" that the veteran blueliner will suit up Thursday. In 82 games last season, Seidenberg recorded 14 points and 34 PIM, numbers that limit his fantasy utility, but given his rugged and defensively-sound play, the 34-year-old remains an asset to the B's back line.

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      Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Joining B's on three-game road trip

      Seidenberg (back) will join his team on a three-game road trip that begins Thursday in Washington, but he will only participate in practice. Seidenberg is still recovering from back surgery dating back to Sept. 24. He's been skating in practice recently, and his expected traveling with the team suggests the veteran shutdown blueliner is inching closer to a return to game ice.

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      Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Making progress

      Seidenberg (back) skated with his teammates at Thursday's practice. Seidenberg -- who underwent back surgery back on Sept. 24 to address a lumbar spine disc herniation -- did not take any contact during Thursday's session, but he's progressing nonetheless. Initial estimates suggested that the B's sturdy blueliner's return might arrive around mid-November, a timetable that remains plausible at this stage.

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      Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Begins skating

      Seidenberg (back) began skating Monday but coach Claude Julien indicated he "still isn't close" to returning. Seidenberg is about two weeks into a six-week timetable given to him Oct. 8, and that seems to be on track given Julien's indication that he's still a ways away. However, he's at least taking some steps forward by returning to the ice.

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      Boston Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg Still six weeks away

      Seidenberg (back) is slated to miss approximately the next six weeks worth of action. Seidenberg, who underwent a procedure on his back last month, is thus slated to be out until roughly around Thanksgiving. In his absence, the likes of Zach Trotman, Kevan Miller, Matt Irwin, Joe Morrow and Colin Miller will work behind the trio of Bruins locked into key blue line roles this season, namely Zdeno Chara (when healthy), Torey Krug and Adam McQuaid.

    • Bruins' Seidenberg Day-To-Day

      News: Dennis Seidenberg is day-to-day with an upper-body injury and will miss the first few days of training camp, Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports.
      Analysis: It doesn't seem as though the injury is too serious in nature, or something that fantasy owners should be overly concerned about, but Dennis Seidenberg's status is worth following. The 34-year-old defender registered 14 points (three goals, 11 assists) and 212 hits in 82 games with the Bruins last season.
    • Bruins' Seidenberg Notches Helper

      News: Dennis Seidenberg recorded an assist in 21:47 worth of ice time in Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Panthers.
      Analysis: One of just two Bruins to play in all 81 of the team's games this season, Dennis 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.
    • Bruins' Seidenberg Back In Business

      News: Dennis Seidenberg (illness) returned to the ice Wednesday.
      Analysis: Dennis 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.
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