After a slow start in the playoffs, Tyler Seguin seems more like himself.
Mailbag: Would Jaromir Jagr be a good fit in Boston?
Mailbag: Is it time to lock up Tuukka Rask with a long-term extension?
The B's showed great resilience, but why did they fall behind in the first place?
Mailbag: While Bruins look strong, they can't ignore their weakest links.
Time for moderates to shift the NHL labor talks before it's too late.
Bruins Mailbag: How long will the lockout last? Which players are going overseas?
Both Lucic and Krejci will need to deliver this season if they want to stay in Boston.
Bruins mailbag: Will Chiarelli's offseason inaction come back to haunt him?
Rask, Horton and Hamilton are big question marks as the B's enter 2012-13.
The Bruins might be more active in trade market than free agency.
Dougie Hamilton was the OHL's top D-man, but is he ready to join the B's?
Milan Lucic's struggles couldn't be hidden by the Bruins this postseason.
Readers wonder how much Peter Chiarelli will shake up the Bruins.
Patrice Bergeron seems to be at his best when the Bruins need him most.
Although their shots haven't found the net, the Bruins are staying positive.
Watch out for big impact from B's Paille, Campbell and Thornton.
Tyler Seguin ready for bigger things in his second trip to the playoffs.
After a February lull, the good vibrations are clearly back for the Bruins.
The Bruins delivered the win to captain Zdeno Chara in his 1,000th game.
Mailbag: Can the Bruins turn things around in time for the playoffs?
Even before their back-to-back wins, the Bruins were headed in the right direction.
The Bruins understand they have to get better sooner rather than later.
Mailbag: Do the banged-up Bruins need a roster shakeup?
Mailbag: With the B's recent slump and Horton's health issues, are changes on the way?
As funk continues and trading deadline nears, the pressure's on B's to right ship.
Mailbag: Bruins are full of surprises as they push toward a Stanley Cup repeat
In his first All-Star season, Tyler Seguin has shown modesty and maturity.
Lucic, Krejci and Horton regain their championship chemistry.
Although he's playing like a No. 1, Tuukka Rask is happy as a Bruins backup.
Bruins Mailbag: Does Claude Julien deserve coach of the year consideration?
Mailbag: Can Lucic keep his edge despite his ban? Can the B's be even better?
Mailbag: Two No. 1 goalies, too few D-men ... Could a trade be lurking?
Mailbag: Should B's fans be concerned with Tyler Seguin's maturity level?
Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli locked up David Krejci, but more roster decisions loom.
Mailbag: If the Bruins keep rolling, will their roster remain intact?
If the Sabres want to get physical, they'll be playing into the Bruins' style.
Bruins center David Krejci is finally rounding into form after a slow start.
No. 1 pick Taylor Hall's Edmonton Oilers battle No. 2 Tyler Seguin's Bruins.
Just like that, the Bruins' offense is striking quick as lightning.
Why the slow start for David Krejci? That's just one question in the mailbag.
Patrice Bergeron has been a bright spot in the Bruins' inconsistent start.
Bruins agitator Brad Marchand is looking to regain his offensive form.
The emotion of Bruins-Canadiens is coming at a good time for both teams.
The Bruins mailbag features talk of Milan Lucic, Tyler Seguin and Joe Corvo.
Zdeno Chara's leadership and emotion are key to the Bruins' turnaround.
Instead of playing with an edge, the Bruins went over the edge.
The Bruins' slow start is the main topic in our most recent mailbag.
The Bruins think Rich Peverley can be even more of a factor on offense.
After showing class and patience last season, Tuukka Rask hopes for a reward.
The Bruins say Claude Julien's calming influence was critical in their Cup run.
Joe Corvo has easily fit in with the Bruins, who hope that carries over to the ice.
Five predictions for the upcoming Bruins season, including a surprising one in goal.
With increased confidence, B's forward Tyler Seguin sets high expectations.
The Bruins have a core group of younger players ready for bigger leadership rolls.
Can Tim Thomas repeat his amazing season? Will Tyler Seguin progress?
Despite adversity and criticism, Peter Chiarelli always believed in the Bruins.
Can David Krejci take his game up a level? Does he really have to?
Would the Bruins trade Tuukka Rask? That's just one question in the mailbag.
After rekindling his childhood fandom, Josh Hennessy gets a shot with the B's.
It's been a much different offseason for B's defenseman Dennis Seidenberg.
Could the B's build a dynasty? That's just one question in the mailbag.
While trying to 'appease the masses,' Shawn Thornton is enjoying success.
Andrew Ference talks about the fatigue that comes with winning a Stanley Cup.
Mark Recchi is still relishing the Bruins' Cup win as he adjusts to retirement.
The Bruins are unlikely to make many headlines as free agency begins.
Patrice Bergeron says he feels blessed to win the Cup -- but he's also still hungry.
Brad Marchand is at his best when he plays with an edge but doesn't cross it.
Milan Lucic and Brad Marchand are two keys for the Bruins in Game 7.
With Nathan Horton out, the B's will rely on their depth, including Tyler Seguin.
Thornton's impact, Thomas' vindication and what Horton injury means for Seguin.
Areas for improvement, things to build on for Bruins as series heads to Boston.
It's time for the B's to forget their PP and beat Vancouver 5-on-5.
In Vancouver, Bruins forward Milan Lucic has a hometown advantage.
Positional breakdown, scouts' takes suggest evenly matched Cup finals.
Martin Lapointe is proud of the player and leader Patrice Bergeron has become.
If anyone deserves a trip to the Stanley Cup finals, it's Tim Thomas.
If the Bruins want to advance, they need more from the power play in Game 7.
Claude Julien wonders if Guy Boucher's complaints swayed the refs in Game 6.
Here are six things the Bruins need to do to close out the Lightning in Game 6.
Tim Thomas and the Bruins' penalty kill continue to frustrate the Lightning.
B's defenseman Thomas Kaberle credits his coach, teammates for sticking by him.
Milan Lucic and Shawn Thornton are the latest Bruins to show they're buying in.
The Bruins need to tighten up on defense in Game 3.
Tyler Seguin left teammates and opponents alike in awe after Game 2.
The Bruins quickly learned the Lightning present a whole new challenge.
Five simple keys for the Bruins to win the Eastern Conference finals.
With Patrice Bergeron out, Chris Kelly is ready to step up the second line.
After staying sharp on the sidelines, Tyler Seguin gets his first taste of the playoffs.
After a season of questions, Claude Julien's approach pays off for the Bruins.
The Bruins' Eastern Conference semifinal victory is twice as nice for Milan Lucic.
Here are four keys to the Bruins sweeping the Flyers in Game 4.
Zdeno Chara's offense was lost, but he found it in a big way in Game 3.
Here are three keys for the Bruins in Game 3 against the Flyers.
The Bruins are building a quiet confidence when games reach overtime.
Peter Chiarelli says the Canadiens series prepared the Bruins well for what's next.
Nathan Horton has been clutch for the Bruins in his first NHL playoffs.
Tim Thomas' long day pays off with a big win for the Bruins.
Five keys for the Bruins as they prepare for Game 5 against the Canadiens.
The Bruins have always had faith in Michael Ryder. He proved why in Game 4.
Mark Recchi uses the story of the 2006 Hurricanes to inspire the Bruins.
Canadiens goalie Carey Price pulls out all the stops against the Bruins.
Breaking down the first-round Bruins-Canadiens playoffs matchup.
Peter Chiarelli says he's confident the Bruins will move on from past failures.
Five keys for the Bruins to beat the hated Canadiens in the playoffs.
Bruins Mailbag: Jekyll and Hyde team needs consistency for the playoffs.
The Bruins' bad loss to the Rangers raises questions all over again.
Bruins forward Shawn Thornton is letting his stick do some talking, too.
Rich Peverley, Chris Kelly and Tyler Seguin are coming together as a line.
The Bruins mailbag looks at the big win over the Canadiens and much more.
Chara says his hit to Pacioretty wasn't intentional, but some Habs are skeptical.
The Bruins won't dwell on their loss to the Pens -- not with the Habs looming.
Mailbag: The Bruins' hot streak stirs optimism -- and, yes, some concern.
With newcomers in tow, the Bruins came together perfectly on their road trip.
Were the recent Bruins additions enough to make them Cup contenders?
Peter Chiarelli deserves credit for putting the B's in position to vie for the Cup.
In their first game as Bruins, Tomas Kaberle and Chris Kelly fit right in.
Claude Julien has it right: The Bruins need to play with more passion.
Bruins Mailbag: On Savard, Seguin and other surprises so far this season.
Experience and draft order don't matter for Bruins rookies, who must earn playing time.
The Bruins are building team unity and cohesion with every fight.
Tim Thomas entered the record books with his third straight All-Star Game win.
The Bruins are staying even-keeled through a season of ups and downs.
The Bruins are individually graded for the first-half production.
The Bruins had the Habs in the bag but gave away the game yet again.
Bruins forward Shawn Thornton is proving he's more than just a tough guy.
The Bruins' lack of intensity and emotion has coach Claude Julien fired up.
Marchand's short-handed goal gave Bruins the momentum vs. Islanders
GM Peter Chiarelli still has work to do in pulling the Bruins together.
Dennis Wideman says he learned a lot in Boston and misses the fans' passion.
Support for paralyzed high school hockey player Matt Brown continues to inspire.
Michael Ryder's solid play is complicating the Bruins' upcoming roster decisions.
As the B's lose, goalies Tuukka Rask and Tim Thomas are seeing a role reversal.
The Bruins will get a feel for what they're made of with David Krejci out.
Tyler Seguin has flashed his offensive skill, but he still needs to improve on D.
Tuukka Rask had another losing effort Saturday, but who's to blame?
It's early, but here are five observations on the Bruins' start to the season.
Tim Thomas showed his No. 1 stuff with a shutout in his first start of the season.
Can Tuukka Rask follow up last season? That's just one question for the B's.
Bruins rookie Jordan Caron has impressed with his professionalism.
Last season ended in a Bruins loss, but it there were positives for Tuukka Rask.
While Ilya Kovalchuk's signing with the Devils should open the trade market, indications are the Bruins may not deal Marc Savard after all.
Dennis Seidenberg is ready for the Bruins' season with his injury behind him and a new contract.
Boston Bruins forward David Krejci is making progress in his injury rehab.