Redden Practices, Still “Day-to-Day”

The Boston Bruins held an optional skate today at TD Garden prior to departure for Toronto. It was sparse pickings at the practice as several members of the Black-and-Gold opted out.

Jaromir Jagr, Tuukka Rask, Zdeno Chara, and David Krejci were some of the more notables taking a maintenance day.

Though Patrice Bergeron and his line mates were among those Bruins who were taking part, attempting to get some extra work in prior to game 6 with the hopes of finding their game. It is apparent they need it considering the trio has only combined for a single goal this series.

Claude Julien made it clear where the Bergeron line stands, saying, “We expect them to be better.”

Wade Redden also returned to the rink after sitting out game 5 with an undisclosed injury. Claude Julien is saying Redden will be listed as day-to-day. Neither redden nor the Bruins are shedding any insight as to what the ailment may be.

When asked about the injury, Redden said, “It’s feeling better, so that’s a positive.”

Frank O’Laughlin – NHL Contributor – TitleTown Sports

 

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