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Bruins hope Stuart can provide spark in 2nd try @NHLdotcom

WILMINGTON, Mass. (AP) -The Boston Bruins are hoping that the players who are coming back from injuries will make up for all the guys they are losing.

Bruins defenseman Mark Stuart struggled in his return from an infected finger in Game 4. Philadelphia won 5-4 in overtime on a goal by Simon Gagne (see-MONE Gah-NYAY), who was coming back from a broken toe.

Boston has also gotten Marc Savard back in the lineup, and Dennis Seidenberg was back on the ice over the weekend. But the Bruins have lost David Krejci (KRAY-chee) and Marco Sturm for the rest of the season.

The Flyers got help when Gagne returned, but Daniel Carcillo sat out the third period and overtime and they aren't saying what's wrong.

Game 5 is Monday night in Boston.

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