There’s no question that the shortened lockout campaign is going to be a grind for every team. However, the Bruins have some time off this week, with just one game over a six-day stretch.

Hopefully that will give some of the ailing Bruins a chance to get healthy. Chief among them is Brad Marchand, who took quite a tumble against Toronto on Saturday. It’s still questionable whether or not Marchand will be able to lace them up against Montreal on Wednesday, but the Bruins did get some good news from Shawn Thornton, who says he’s no longer experiencing concussion symptoms.

Check out Naoko Funayama‘s report for NESN Daily from Bruins practice in the video above.