David Krejci/By S. Bradley

David Krejci/By S. Bradley

WILMINGTON — One of the few Bruins players who doesn’t get any of the blame for the back-to-back losses in Montreal and Toronto took a skate this morning under the watchful eye of strength and conditioning coach John Whitesides on Friday at Ristuccia Arena.

Injured center David Krejci, who has missed the past three games with an undisclosed injury, skated more than a half hour before the scheduled 11:30 a.m. practice. He took several one-timers and made some moves around the net and the blue line.

Krejci, who coach Claude Julien has deemed as day-to-day, did not make the road trip with the Bruins. Julien said Krejci did not skate while the team was away.

As recently as Tuesday, Julien was still calling reports that Krejci has a hip injury as “speculation.” But the Bruins still refused to reveal the nature of the injury.

Despite a late arrival from Montreal on Wednesday, all the Bruins that played against the Canadiens practiced, plus goaltender Tuukka Rask, healthy scratch Matt Bartkowski and recovering injured defenseman Kevan Miller. Forward Alexander Khokhlachev was assigned back to Providence of the AHL.