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Rangers (the other kind) help motivate Boston Bruins as they push toward Stanley Cup

Saturday, 05.18.2013 / 1:35 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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Rangers (the other kind) help motivate Boston Bruins as they push toward Stanley Cup

BOSTON - Boston Bruins defenceman Wade Redden has returned to practice but says he isn't quite ready to play after missing Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the New York Rangers.

Redden took part in some of the Bruins' activities during their off day Saturday. His injury has not been disclosed. Coach Claude Julien says it will be a game-time decision whether Redden can play.

Game 2 is Sunday afternoon at the TD Garden.

Dennis Seidenberg, who has a knee injury, skated on his own before practice. Julien says he doesn't expect him to be ready to play. Andrew Ference is out with a foot injury.

The Bruins started three rookie defencemen in Game 1 on Thursday night when they beat the Rangers 3-2 in overtime.

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