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Projected lineups for Bruins, Senators

Wednesday, 12.14.2011 / 12:41 PM

By Erin Nicks - NHL.com Correspondent / At the Rink blog

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Projected lineups for Bruins, Senators
KANATA, Ont. – Here are the projected lineups for Wednesday night when the Boston Bruins meet the Ottawa Senators at Scotiabank Place. Both teams held optional skates after the Sens faced the Sabres in Buffalo on Tuesday night, while the Bruins played Los Angeles at home.

SENATORS

Colin GreeningJason SpezzaBobby Butler
Nick FolignoPeter ReginDaniel Alfredsson
Erik CondraZack SmithChris Neil
Kaspars DaugavinsZenon KonopkaJesse Winchester

Jared CowenErik Karlsson
Chris PhillipsBrian Lee
David RundbladMatt Carkner

Craig Anderson
Alex Auld

Milan Michalek is day-to-day with a concussion. The injury occurred during a collision with Karlsson on Tuesday night against Buffalo. Filip Kuba (shoulder) and Sergei Gonchar (upper-body) both skated this morning, and are also listed as day-to-day. Coach Paul MacLean hopes to have at least one of them back in the lineup Friday.

BRUINS

Milan LucicDavid KrejciNathan Horton
Brad MarchandPatrice BergeronTyler Seguin
Benoit PouliotChris KellyRich Peverley
Daniel PailleZach HamillShawn Thornton

Andrew FerenceJohnny Boychuk
Dennis SeidenbergJoe Corvo
Steven KampferAdam McQuaid

Tim Thomas
Tuukka Rask

Zdeno Chara (leg) skated today, and says he “felt okay, but probably most likely will not (play) – but it’s a game time decision.” Gregory Campbell, who fractured his foot Dec. 10 against Columbus, did not travel with the team. Jordan Caron is expected to be a healthy scratch.
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