The Boston Bruins were without both Daniel Paille and Chris Kelly at their morning skate in Detroit, but they hope to get defenseman Matt Bartkowski back for Tuesday night’s Game 3 against the Red Wings.
The Boston Bruins hit the ice Monday before leaving for Detroit.
Playoff hockey is back in Boston! Bob Beers joined Gresh & Zo Friday, and he’s excited to see what Jarome Iginla is going to unleash tonight.
Daniel Paille took a positive step in his recovery on Friday, returning to the practice ice prior to the team’s optional morning skate at the TD Garden.
With Daniel Paille and Chris Kelly both highly questionable after missing the entire week of practices, Caron and rookie Justin Florek might have to join the Bruins’ corps of 12 forwards.
A few of the Boston Bruins who were home sick with the flu on Tuesday returned to the ice for Wednesday’s practice, including one of Boston’s top performers of the year.
The Bruins held their first practice in preparation for the Stanley Cup playoffs on Tuesday, and a handful of players were home sick fighting the flu.
Daniel Paille suffered his second concussion of the season over the weekend, Claude Julien confirmed.
Boston Bruins forward Daniel Paille played just one shift in Sunday’s 5-2 win over the Florida Panthers, leaving with an apparent upper-body injury early in the contest.
Despite the injuries and Shawn Thornton’s impending 15-game suspension, the Bruins possess a favorable year-end schedule to help get some points in these tough times.