It was thought Bruins forward Milan Lucic might’ve been among the injured players that caused general manager Peter Chiarelli to make two emergency recalls Saturday before the game with the Montreal Canadiens.
It’ll be old news in about an hour, Bruins coach Claude Julien confirmed Saturday that defenseman Dougie Hamilton was available when he didn’t play for the last 9:49 of regulation or in overtime Friday.
Bruins president Cam Neely said that defenseman Zdeno Chara is moving in the right direction in terms of making it back from a tear in his left knee.
Bruins forward Brad Marchand will not travel with the team to Columbus for their game against the Blue Jackets on Friday, according to coach Claude Julien.
Bruins forward Brad Marchand (undisclosed) and defenseman Dougie Hamilton (flu) returned to practice at TD Garden on Thursday.
The Bruins practiced Wednesday at TD Garden without the services of forward Brad Marchand and defensemen Adam McQuaid and Dougie Hamilton.
WILMINGTON –As a kid growing up and playing hockey in Southern California, Bruins defenseman Kevan Miller was always on the lookout for a role model.
WILMINGTON — Bruins forward Brad Marchand did not practice Monday, but center David Krejci joined his teammates for their session at Ristuccia Arena.
The unluckiest person in the Bruins organization after defenseman Zdeno Chara was injured wasn’t another defenseman or a coach or anyone in the front office.
The most misfortunate when Chara tore a ligament in his left knee fell on forward Milan Lucic.
Bruins forward Daniel Paille scored a goal against Carolina on Saturday.
And then he didn’t.
Bruins forward Brad Marchand did not play the final 13:45 of Boston’s 2-1 win against the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday at TD Garden.
WILMINGTON – Bruins defenseman Torey Krug is almost done getting changed when he looks across the room at goaltender Niklas Svedberg and asks the questions of the day: “How’s my shot?”
WILMINGTON — The Bruins on Friday assigned forward Alexander Khokhlachev back to Providence of the American Hockey League after making him fly to Montreal to be a press-box spectator Thursday as an emergency call-up.
WILMINGTON — It doesn’t sound like the Bruins, who lost their past two games by a combined score of 11-2, will be rescued by their captain anytime soon.
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.