After a brief two-day hiatus, the Boston Bruins returned to the ice for practice as they prepare for their second-round playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens.
The B’s were joined by a couple of familiar faces, too, with Daniel Paille and Dennis Seidenberg returning to practice. But only one will likely be ready for Round 2. Paille, who has been sidelined since April 12 with a head injury, is medically cleared for game action, and all signs point to him being ready to go for Round 2.
Seidenberg, meanwhile, continues to heal at a superhuman rate, and the defenseman, who tore his ACL and MCL in late December and had surgery on Jan. 7, participated in his first team practice in four months. Seidenberg has not yet been cleared for practice, and he did not participate in contact drills.
Check out the video above for a report from practice.