BOSTON (CBS) – The Bruins received some good news ahead of their potentially series-clinching Game 5 on Saturday.
Forward Patrice Bergeron returned to the ice for morning skate after missing the team’s Game 4 victory in Toronto with an upper body injury.READ MORE: Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski Inch Closer Toward NFL History Together
Head coach Bruce Cassidy said Bergeron will be a game-time decision. Cassidy, however, was optimistic about Bergeron’s status, telling reporters it’s “looking good.”READ MORE: 19-Year-Old In Custody After Lawrence Shooting Leaves 1 Dead
“I anticipate he’ll play,” said Cassidy. “We’ll make the final decision after warm-up.”MORE NEWS: Mix-And-Match J&J COVID Booster Raised Immune Response After Pfizer Vaccine, Study Finds
The Bruins and Maple Leafs play Saturday with an 8 p.m. puck drop at TD Garden. Boston would close out the series with a victory.