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Dennis Seidenberg  #44

Boston Bruins  Defenseman
NUMBER: 44 BIRTHDATE: July 18, 1981  (AGE 33)
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: Schwenningen, Germany
WEIGHT: 210 DRAFTED: PHI / 2001 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 6th   (172nd overall)

Playoff Notes: 6th NHL playoff in 11th NHL season … Round 2 vs Mtl: Has not yet played in this post-season ... Round 1 vs Det: Did not  play in the series … 5 career multi-pt games … Career OT: 0-1=1 in 18 gp … Career Game 7s: 8 (5-3)

 2013-14 Notes: Suffered torn ACL/MCL 12/27 vs Ottawa … 1 multi-pt game … Inj: 48

 Playoff Fun Fact:  Has played in 2 Stanley Cup Finals, winning in 2011 vs Vancouver and losing in 2013 to Chicago … Was 3rd German-born player to have his name inscribed on the Cup

Missed majority of 2003-04 due to leg injury vs. Edmonton, January 10, 2004. Traded to Phoenix by Philadelphia with Philadelphia's 4th round choice (later traded to NY Islanders - NY Islanders selected Tomas Marcinko) in 2006 Entry Draft for Petr Nedved and Phoenix's 4th round choice (Joonas Lehtivuori) in 2006 Entry Draft, January 20, 2006. Traded to Carolina by Phoenix for Kevyn Adams, January 8, 2007. Signed as a free agent by Florida, September 14, 2009. Traded to Boston by Florida with Matt Bartkowski for Byron Bitz, Craig Weller and Tampa Bay's 2nd round choice (previously acquired, Florida selected Alexander Petrovic) in 2010 Entry Draft, March 3, 2010. Signed as a free agent by Mannheim (Germany), September 21, 2012.
Quote of the Day

Your team is going to want to recapture the feeling. What they're going to have to figure out is they're going to have to rewrite the story. Because you're going to rewrite the story doesn't mean you want a different end. It's just that you're going to have to learn that there's different challenges to get there, and if you're going to try and tap the same feeling, it ain't going to happen.

— Los Angeles Kings general manager Dean Lombardi on maintaining their success from last season