Rich Peverley's absence from the Boston Bruins lineup was very noticable during the speedy forward's six weeks away from the team. But now Peverley is back and appears primed for a spot on the B's first line come playoff time.
Peverley's return two weeks ago has been a welcome spark for the B's offensively. It looks like he very well may join David Krejci and Milan Lucic on the B's top line during the playoffs, taking the place of an injured Nathan Horton.
NESN Bruins analyst Andry Brickley stopped by Bruins Face-Off Live on Tuesday to discuss the team's first-round matchup against the Ottawa Senators and to explain Peverley's expected role in the offense.
Check out the video above to see more about the Bruins expectations heading into the postseason.