David Krejci/By S. Bradley

David Krejci/By S. Bradley

Bruins center David Krejci became eligible to be activated from injured reserve on Sunday.

He practiced with his teammates, including new linemate Seth Griffith, and afterwards said every day he’s been feeling better.

Still a decision on his return to the lineup from an undisclosed injury won’t be made until Monday morning before the Bruins face the Colorado Avalanche in a 1 p.m. tilt at TD Garden.

“I’m positive,” said Krejci, who obviously has extra incentive to play because he’ll get to face his old linemate Jarome Iginla. “Every day’s been better. So I know it’s going to be better tomorrow again, I’ll be good to go. I’m positive. Everybody’s got to stay positive and I’ll be on the ice tomorrow.”

The Bruins are 1-2-0 and have scored just three goals. Krejci’s return to the lineup would be a huge boost. Regardless of the results on the ice, Krejci knows the view from the press box will never trump being part of the team on the ice.

“It’s tough to watch, not only if the team is losing, even if they’re winning,” he said. “You’re a hockey player, you want to be out there with the guys no matter if you’re winning or losing. You want to be there going through whatever they’re going through. So it’s been tough but hopefully I’ll be back tomorrow. But we’ll see how it feels tomorrow.”