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Lineups for Bruins, Senators

Saturday, 02.25.2012 / 11:45 AM

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

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Lineups for Bruins, Senators
KANATA, Ont. – Here are the projected lineups for Saturday night when the Ottawa Senators and Boston Bruins meet at Scotiabank Place. The Senators held a full practice, while the Bruins, coming off a 2-1 shootout loss to Buffalo on Friday night, did not skate.


Milan MichalekJason SpezzaBobby Butler
Colin GreeningKyle TurrisDaniel Alfredsson
Kaspars DaugavinsZack SmithErik Condra
Nick Foligno – Jim O’Brien – Chris Neil

Filip KubaErik Karlsson
Chris PhillipsSergei Gonchar
Jared CowenMatt Carkner

Alex Auld
Robin Lehner

Zenon Konopka and Brian Lee are the healthy scratches.

Robin Lehner was called up from Binghamton on Friday, while Craig Anderson (hand) is out indefinitely. Alex Auld has started just seven games this season, going 2-3-2 with a 3.28 goals-against average and a .883 save percentage. His last start was Feb .9 against Nashville – a game the Senators won 4-3.

“Personally, I’m excited to have the opportunity to help the team,” Auld said. “I’ve been in this situation a couple of times where you have to fill in for injury, and I’ve been in situations where you have to play every night as well. It’s fun – it’s why you play the game. I’m really looking forward to it.”


Brad MarchandPatrice BergeronTyler Seguin
Milan LucicChris KellyDavid Krejci
Daniel Paille - Gregory CampbellShawn Thornton
Benoit PouliotCarter CamperJordan Caron

Zdeno CharaJohnny Boychuk
Dennis SeidenbergJoe Corvo
Andrew FerenceAdam McQuaid

Tim Thomas
Tuukka Rask

Rich Peverley (knee) and Nathan Horton (concussion) are out, while Andrew Bodnarchuk and Josh Hennessy are the healthy scratches.  

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