Better than his linemates. And that's about it.
The greatest Boston Bruins player of this generation reestablished himself as an elite goal scorer, reaching the 30 goal mark for the second time in his career.
Jarome Iginla finally joined the right team last year. How did his first season in black and gold turn out?
This is a report card for a guy born in Germany. Germany is a country in Europe. We'll get through this together, people. (*This report card is seven days past due. Punctuality isn't a strong suit.)
Some things to like, some things not to like but plenty to be hopeful for in 2014-15 (or to put your hopes on, perhaps)
So long and thanks for sprinkling a couple high points in with the disaster of a player you were
I've come to bury Greg, not to praise him.
Warning: heavy bias ahead
Once again, Adam McQuaid's toughest opponent proves to be himself.
Fun fact: Matt Bartkowski has never scored an NHL goal [Ed. Note: Yes he did, in game 7 vs. Toronto]
Is this the end of the line for #23 in Boston?
Before appearing in a collective 12 games for Boston, David and Zach were seasoning their game in Providence and Corey was freezing to death in Edmonton.
Sticking a fork in Spoon's 2nd full pro campaign. How did the Bruins top offensive prospect fare in the 2013/14 season?
It's looking like this might finally be the year the Bruins cut ties with Jordan Caron, leaving Bruins fans to wonder what the deal is with 1st round picks in this market (Note: there is currently only 1 on the active roster)
He looked good in his lone NHL appearance, but battled inconsistency in Providence. Where will this leave the 24-year-old moving forward?
Many fans might remember the sensational run in the preseason for #32. What happened to that guy??
Not only is he a frozen yogurt fiend, but he's an overtime hero as well. See how Matt Fraser's performance fared in his first season with the B's.
These guys did some excellent work down in Providence this year, but how did that translate to their limited time in the NHL?