Dennis Seidenberg in a good spot

The Bruins blueliner is comfortable heading into another NHL season in Boston

Updated: August 21, 2010, 8:49 PM ET
By James Murphy | Special to ESPNBoston.com

At this time last year, Dennis Seidenberg was waiting by the phone for his agent or an NHL general manager to call and tell him he had a taker. Seidenberg was sweating through being an unrestricted free agent in the NHL salary cap world.

The German native wouldn't sign on with a team until the second week of training camp, when the Florida Panthers came calling for his services.

"I was nervous because I really didn't know if I'd get signed," said Seidenberg, who had 295 NHL ...

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