The Bruins will be without winger Nathan Horton for the rest of the Stanley Cup Final and they have just one day off to figure out who’s going to take his spot on the Bruins first line.
David Krejci and Milan Lucic were clicking on Monday night and they’ll need someone to step up and keep things going for the B’s as they host the Canucks for Game 4 on Wednesday night. Who will take that spot up front? Both Rich Peverley and Michael Ryder both saw action with Lucic and Krejci during Game 3. Ryder led the B’s in points with three (one goal, two assists) in the 8-1 win while Peverley helped out with an assist.
Someone who didn’t see any action in the big win was Tyler Seguin. He could be an option, especially if head coach Claude Julien doesn’t want to mix things up too much. However, the odds of the rookie taking the first-line winger spot are pretty slim.
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