Torey Krug/Photo by D. Hickling

Torey Krug/Photo by D. Hickling

Bruins defenseman Torey Krug practiced with his teammates for the second time since he was injured Sunday.

But the most important things Krug did might’ve happened during some pre-practice power-play work.

Krug worked the point on both power-play units prior to practice and knocked around a few one-timers from different angles. Some of his shots were harder than others, but considering Krug said Friday he was trying to not take one-timers, there has obviously been progress in Krug’s return from a broken finger almost two weeks ago.

After practice, Krug said he was feeling better and getting comfortable with both the pain and the splint on surgically repaired left pinky. Coach Claude Julien, who’s never one to jump the gun, said Krug would most likely be a game-day decision once the medical staff makes a determination.

The Bruins need a sixth defenseman because David Warsofsky is out with an injury that the Boston Herald classified as a “groin pull.” The Bruins only option of than Krug on the current roster is Matt Bartkowski, who has been a healthy scratch the past four games.