The Boston Bruins have battled injuries throughout the season, but it appears they could be regaining full health at the perfect time.
The Bruins hold a commanding 2-0 lead over the Toronto Maple Leafs in their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series, and they might be receiving a major boost for Game 3 on Monday at Air Canada Centre in the form of Riley Nash, who suffered a head injury March 31.
Nash’s potential return would leave Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy with a tough decision, especially considering Tommy Wingels could be available after being the victim of a brutal Nazem Kadri hit in Game 1. That said, it seems as though Cassidy already is leaning in a certain direction.
The Bruins have maintained consistent success this season despite frequent mixing and matching of the lineup, so another adjustment should be no issue for the Black and Gold.
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