Boston Sick of Kaberle

On the other side of the ledger, how terribly disappointing is Tomas Kaberle? Not only has he been unable to help the dreadful B’s power play (0-for-15), but he’s just frightening with his defensive-zone coverages, battling and decision-making. He saw the ice less and less as Saturday’s game got more and more nerve-wracking, with 15:25 (21 shifts) in regulation, and just 5:45 in the 29:03 of OT. Yes, the plus side of Kaberle is the occasional good pass he’ll make. But does the value of those passes offset the risk he poses defensively? If the Bruins live to fight another round, likely against a much more physical and aggressive team than Montreal, can Julien really trust Kaberle in the defensive zone?