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NHL: Patrice Bergeron trained with the Bruins’ regular players on Tuesday

Boston Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron trained alongside his teammates on Tuesday, on the eve of Game 5 of the series against the Florida Panthers.

Quebec played a pivotal role in the first line of his team which was completed by Tyler Bertuzzi and David Pasternak. He also performed a cast in the Bruins’ first unit of power play, indicating that he could play his first game of the series.

He missed the first game due to illness and the next three due to an upper body injury.

Bruins coach Jim Montgomery hinted before Games 3 and 4 in Florida that Bergeron is in danger of coming back in Game 5 in Boston.

“I feel good, progress is going very well. It was my first time [des séries] On the ice with the team and I felt good. For now, I take it as it is. I hope so when I wake up [demain]Bergeron hung into the RDS microphone, not taking the risk of saying whether or not he was going to be wearing a uniform.

“Progress is going well and I’m happy to see that,” he said.

The Bruins welcomed his return to play with open arms, as he could finish the Panthers in five games.

“We know very well that the fourth [victoire] It is always the hardest to find. So we’ll have to work twice as hard to get it,” Bergeron argued.

Meanwhile, injured striker David Craigie got ahead of his teammates on Tuesday. Montgomery has already indicated that Craigie will not participate in Game 5.

Bruins squad roster in practice on Tuesday:

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Bertuzzi Bergeron Pasternak
Merchant Quil Foligno
Hall-Zacha-DeBrusk
Laoko Nosek Hathaway
Frederick / Greer

Grzelec McAvoy
Lindholm Carlow
Forport Orlov
Zaburiel Clifton

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Swaiman
Bossi

Panthers will have reinforcements

Florida Panthers coach Aaron Ekblad and forward Anthony Dockler said they will return for Game 5, according to coach Paul Morris.

Both players were out of uniform for the fourth meeting of the series. Ekblad was left out of Game 3 after a collision with Boston Bruins’ linebacker Chali McAvoy.

As for Quebec, Duclair picked up an injury during Sunday’s warm-up.

In addition, when asked about the condition of Sam Reinhart and Ryan Lomberg, the head coach indicated that one of the players would be in the game tomorrow, and the other would be a pre-match decision.

Florida will be looking to come from behind as they face elimination Wednesday night.