2011-12 Player Report Cards

2011-12 Bruins Player Report Cards: Tim Thomas

Once upon a time, there was a great goaltender who played for the Boston Bruins. After a summer in which he was the center of any trade rumor ever, he started the season off notching win after win...

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Like, OMG! TyTy <3

Tyler Seguin: Great sophomore or greatest sophomore?

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Rich Peverley

This post contains Peverley's season grade, ISN'T THAT RICH?

2011-2012 Boston Bruins Report Cards: Chris Kelly

Chris Kelly didn't do much in his first 24 games as a Bruin in the 2010-2011 regular season, only putting up 5 points. But in the playoffs, he stepped it up with 13 points in 25 games. Kelly...

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Andrew Ference

I don't think that my fascination with Andrew Ference is any sort of secret. There's a lot to like about the guy. He plays responsible defense; he's not afraid to stand up for his teammates; he can...

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Shawn Thornton

Statistically speaking, Shawn Thornton’s 2011-12 season was a letdown for the previous year. But as we all know, Thornton brings much more to the Bruins than any combination of goals, assists...

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Johnny Boychuk

The 2011-12 season was clearly the best season Johnny Boychuk has played as a pro. He didn't put up huge numbers, however the intangibles he brought each and every night where a huge part of why...

2011-12 Boston Bruins Report Cards: Daniel Paille

The 2011-2012 season was not Daniel Paille's best as a Bruin, nor was it his worst, but it was certainly acceptable for his expected role.

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Jordan Caron

Consistency or lack thereof, is a good way sum up Jordan Caron’s season. Caron spent a good bit of time on the bus between Providence and Boston this season, but he did manage to stick around...

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Tuukka Rask

How did Boston's once-and-future goaltender fare in 2012?

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2011-2012 Boston Bruins Report Cards: Adam McQuaid

Adam McQuaid's last action in the 2011-2012 came on April 5 in a game against Ottawa. He played only seven minutes, and left the game early, never to return to the ice the rest of the season....

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Nathan Horton

Nathan Horton's 2012 player report card. How does the oft-injured power forward grade out?

2012 Bruins Report Cards: Mike Mottau

Looking back at Mike Mottau's short 2011-12 season with the Boston Bruins.

2012 Bruins Report Cards: Benoit Pouliot

I'm going to miss Benoit Pouliot. I think a lot of us share the sentiment, including Peter Chiarelli, who, if he hadan't been hamstrung by Tim Thomas' $5 million cap hit, would have had the money...

2012 Bruins Report Cards: Joe Corvo

Joe Corvo didn't have a great year in a Bruins sweater, but it's not really his fault. The problem is systemic, and it might be about to get a lot worse.

2011-12 Boston Bruins Report Cards: Greg Zanon

When (or maybe if) historians look back at the 2011-12 Boston Bruins season, they'll probably overlook some of the guys who donned Black and Gold. Mike Mottau and Marty Turco - late-season...

2012 Boston Bruins Report Cards: Zach Hamill

So the report cards start now, and we'll begin with one player that won't be a part of next year's Bruins organization: Zach Hamill. Taken #8 overall in the 2007 draft, Hamill has thus far appeared in 20 NHL games, and has four assists to show for

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