WILMINGTON, Mass. — Almost miraculously, the Bruins came out of last night’s game with Montreal unscathed.
Oh sure, David Krejci got a few stitches in his cut lip, and Andrew Ference was sporting some threat to seal a cut in the corner of his left eye. But after a fight-filled victory featuring almost 200 penalty minutes, everyone took the ice for practice today, and according to head coach Claude Julien, everyone will be available for the first half of a home-and-home series with Detroit tomorrow night at TD Garden.
Center Gregory Campbell broke his stick over the crossbar and stormed off after practice. But before Don Cherry takes that action as a sign the Bruins aren’t getting along, it was all done in good nature after Campbell failed a few times to score from in front of the net during a post-practice game the team was playing with blocks stacked up leaving just about eight inches of shooting room on the net.
The lines were the same as last night, with healthy scratch Tyler Seguin rotating in on Zach Hamill’s line.