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WILMINGTON – It was a good sign that David Krejci started skating on his own last week, and even better one that No. 46 was back practicing with the whole team on Monday morning’s skate at Ristuccia Arena. Krejci has missed nine games since suffering an upper body injury in a December 27 loss to the Ottawa Senators, and the Bruins have gone 4-4-1 in those nine games that he’s missed.

Toward the end of practice both Krejci and David Pastrnak jumped in for light contact 3-on-3 drills, which is another sign of progress for both Bruins forwards.

Claude Julien confirmed after practice both Krejci and Pastrnak will be making the trip to Montreal for Tuesday night's game, so we're saying there's a chance.

Both Krejci and Pastrnak were wearing green practice jerseys along with Tyler Randell. Otherwise, everybody else was accounted for at the skate as the Bruins prepare for tomorrow night’s big road game against the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre.

Here are the line combos and D-pairings based on Monday’s practice:


Marchand-Bergeron-Connolly

Beleskey-Spooner-Eriksson

Vatrano-Kemppainen-Hayes

Rinaldo-Talbot-Ferraro

Randell-Krejci-Pastrnak

 

Chara-Trotman

Morrow-Seidenberg

Krug-K. Miller

C. Miller

 

Rask

Gustavsson