NEW YORK, NY - The Bruins held an optional practice at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday afternoon, in between their 2-1 win and Game Four tomorrow night, in which they could close out the series against the New York Rangers.
Dennis Seidenberg was among the group of six defensemen (with Krug, Johnson, Redden, Bartkowski and Hamilton) and seven forwards (Jagr, Seguin, Kelly, Campbell, Soderberg, Pandolfo, Daugavins) who opted to hit the ice, along with Anton Khudobin and goaltending coach Bob Essensa in full pads, as Tuukka Rask stayed off to rest.
Following the skate, Seidenberg said that he felt good out on the ice and that he’s “getting better every day.”
“There’s a chance, for sure,” said the blueliner, when asked by media if there was a chance he could play Thursday. “Again, you don’t want to come back too early, so I think we’ll see how it feels tomorrow and go from there.”
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