Dennis Seidenberg

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

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Records rare points Friday

    Seidenberg tallied two assists in Friday's 4-1 win over New Jersey. Talk about a rare outburst from Seidenberg, who effectively increased his point total by 50 percent in this one. With six points -- all of which have been assists -- in 23 games this season, the 34-year-old is much more valuable as a shutdown defender for the B's than he is to fantasy rosters.

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    Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Firing shots on net

    Seidenberg was unable to get one past the netminder, despite firing six shots on goal in Sunday's 3-1 loss to Ottawa. Seidenberg has been unable to get himself on the scoresheet since returning from injury at the start of December. The defenseman is not known for his offensive prowess, but rather as a defensive grinder that may be vital to the Bruins, but offers little in terms of fantasy value.

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    Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Back in the lineup Wednesday

    Seidenberg -- who had missed two straight games with an unspecified issue -- saw 18:29 worth of ice time in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Canadiens. In the process, Seidenberg logged two PIM and five hits, while seeing 1:32 worth of penalty-killing time. Through 11 games overall, the 34-year-old blueliner has notched three helpers, a figure indicative of his modest upside of offense. Still, Seidenberg's rugged and defensively-sound play remain assets to the Bruins' back line.

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    Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Will play Wednesday

    Seidenberg participated in line rushes during pregame warmups, indicating he will play Wednesday against the Canadiens. The 34-year-old blueliner missed the Bruins' last two games with an undisclosed injury, but has apparently recovered from the ailment, and will draw back into Boston's lineup for Tuesday's matchup with Montreal. Seidenberg has tallied three assists in 10 games this season.

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    Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Iffy for Wednesday

    Seidenberg (undisclosed) and Colin Miller worked as the Bruins' fourth defensive pair during Wednesday morning's skate. Seidenberg has sat out the B's last two games with an undisclosed injury, per WEEI.com, and based on the team's morning skate, it looks like the veteran blueliner is unlikely to return to the team's lineup Wednesday night against the Canadiens.

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    Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Will play Monday

    Seidenberg (undisclosed) was on ice for warmups and thus can be expected to play on Monday against Nashville, Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe reports. Seidenberg will likely be providing depth for the Bruins defensive lines against the Predators. The 34-year-old German has tallied three assists in 10 games for Boston this season.

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    Bruins' Dennis Seidenberg: Could be back in lineup Monday

    Coach Claude Julien relayed that Seidenberg and Colin Miller were scratched Saturday against the Canucks as a result of the Bruins giving the duo "maintenance days," the Boston Globe reports. It remains to be seen if Seidenberg returns to the mix for Monday night's game against the Predators, but with Adam McQuaid now banged up, the B's blue line could use Seidenberg's sturdy presence for the contest, health permitting. To date, the veteran blueliner has recorded three helpers and two PIM in 10 games.

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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, NHL.com 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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