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Bruins' Bartkowski out again, Miller returns

Sunday, 04.20.2014 / 3:09 PM

By Matt Kalman - Correspondent / Bruins-Red Wings series blog

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Bruins' Bartkowski out again, Miller returns

BOSTON -- Boston Bruins defenseman Matt Bartkowski will not play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference First Round series against the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday afternoon at TD Garden.

Bartkowski, who is believed to be recovering from the flu, has not played since last Sunday in the Bruins' regular-season finale against the New Jersey Devils. He returned to practice Saturday.

Bruins defenseman Kevan Miller, who also missed Game 1, is set to return to the lineup.

Boston forwards Daniel Paille and Chris Kelly did not participate in the warmup and will sit for the second straight game.

The Red Wings did not make any changes to their lineup from Game 1, a 1-0 Detroit victory.

Here are the projected lineups:


Johan Franzen - Pavel Datsyuk - Justin Abdelkader

Tomas Jurco - Darren Helm - Daniel Alfredsson

David Legwand - Luke Glendening - Drew Miller

Tomas Tatar - Riley Sheahan - Gustav Nyquist

Niklas Kronwall - Brendan Smith

Kyle Quincey - Danny DeKeyser

Brian Lashoff - Jakub Kindl

Jimmy Howard

Jonas Gustavsson

Injured: Henrik Zetterberg (back), Jonathan Ericsson (hand)

Scratched: Todd Bertuzzi, Joakim Andersson


Milan Lucic - David Krejci - Jarome Iginla

Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - Reilly Smith

Justin Florek - Carl Soderberg - Loui Eriksson

Jordan Caron - Gregory Campbell - Shawn Thornton

Zdeno Chara - Johnny Boychuk

Andrej Meszaros - Kevan Miller

Torey Krug - Dougie Hamilton

Tuukka Rask

Chad Johnson

Injured: Matt Bartkowski (flu), Daniel Paille (head), Chris Kelly (back)

Scratched: Corey Potter

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