WILMINGTON, Mass. — This should give the Sedin twins a false sense of security going into tomorrow’s Vancouver visit to the TD Garden.
Bruins forward and Canucks killer Brad Marchand missed practice at Ristuccia Arena today, probably with the same flu that kept him out last night’s game against Calgary.
Marchand, the Bruins’ third-leading scorer right now, was a thorn in the Canucks’ sides last June with his production and his irritating in the Stanley Cup Final.
After practice, head coach Claude Julien said that Marchand would probably skate on his own at some point during the day. The coach “doesn’t seem him being a question mark” to play against Vancouver.
The rest of the Bruins were all on the ice, with Benoit Pouliot again skating with Patrice Bergeron and Tyler Seguin, while Zach Hamill skated with Rich Peverley and Chris Kelly.