Seguin slides next to Ryder, Peverley for Bruins practice

Seguin/By S. Bradley

WILMINGTON, Mass. — The Patrice Berger0n-less Bruins returned to practice today at Ristuccia Arena after taking two days off to recover from their four-game sweep of Philadelphia.

Rookie Tyler Seguin, who has been a healthy scratch for the first 11 postseason games, might have to get into the lineup when the Eastern Conference final series with Tampa Bay finally opens up because Bergeron is out with a mild concussion. Today in practice, Seguin skated on a line with Rich Peverley at center and Michael Ryder on the other wing.

Everyone except Bergeron was on the ice.

Chris Kelly moved up between Mark Recchi and Brad Marchand.

Adam McQuaid, out with a sprained neck he suffered in Game 2 of the Flyers series, practiced with the team for the first time.

Trent Whitfield joined rookies Jordan Caron and Jamie Arniel on a fifth Bruins line. It was the first time Whitfield joined the parent club for any type of skate since the playoff started.

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