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After seven straight games on the shelf, Bruins center Patrice Bergeron will find himself back atop the B’s depth chart and between Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak for Monday’s road meeting against the Senators.
“It will really help [Brad Marchand] and [David Pastrnak],” Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy, who has experienced some quieter nights from his top two wingers in recent games, said of Bergeron’s return to the lineup. “They’re a good line and they function well as a threesome, so take any one of those three guys out and I think it hurts their performance.”
???? Patrice Bergeron on returning to the lineup tonight: “We took this extra time right now to make sure I wouldn’t have to go through [sitting out] and feel good for hopefully the remainder of the season.” pic.twitter.com/oSQshDMRVr — Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) December 9, 2019
Bergeron appeared in two games prior to this most recent seven-game absence, and recorded five assists and won 24 of 40 faceoffs. Bergeron’s production over that two-game stretch upon his initial return would indicate the team erring on the side of caution given their long-term goals after what was an obviously short summer, and with consideration for Bergeron’s chronic lower-body ailments.
“Obviously, you don’t want to miss [practice] time, but you hate to miss games,” Bergeron admitted. “If it needs to take a couple practices here and there and not miss games, obviously that’s what I’ll do. We took this extra time right now to make sure I wouldn’t have to go through that and feel good for hopefully the remainder of the season.”
The 34-year-old Bergeron has eight goals and 24 points in 21 appearances this season, with the Bruins posting a 14-3-4 record with No. 37 in the lineup this year (32 of a possible 42 points).
Tuukka Rask is expected to get the start in the Boston crease.
Rask took an overtime loss behind a 27-of-31 performance against the Blackhawks last Thursday, but comes into this contest with nine straight wins and a .949 save percentage in his last nine starts against the Senators.
The Senators will counter with Anders Nilsson.
With Bergeron back, the Bruins are expected to sit David Backes, Par Lindholm, and Connor Clifton as their healthy scratches.
Here are complete expected lines and pairings for the Bruins…
Brad Marchand – Patrice Bergeron – David Pastrnak
Jake DeBrusk – David Krejci – Danton Heinen
Anders Bjork – Charlie Coyle – Brett Ritchie
Joakim Nordstrom – Sean Kuraly – Chris Wagner
Zdeno Chara – Charlie McAvoy
Torey Krug – Brandon Carlo
John Moore – Matt Grzelcyk