Bruins Injuries: Latest On Charlie Coyle, Matt Grzelcyk, Linus Ullmark

The B's have a tough week ahead of them

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December 7, 2021

The Boston Bruins will head north of the border for a three-game stretch beginning Wednesday, but they will have to do so shorthanded.

There are several players dealing with non-COVID illnesses who missed Tuesday’s practice. Couple that with injuries, and it leaves a few holes on your roster.

The good news, though, is that even though Charlie Coyle and Matt Grzelcyk did not practice at Warrior Ice Arena the past two days, the duo will travel to Canada. The same can’t be said for Tomas Nosek, who will stay behind with an illness. He might join the team for the final two games of the week, but that’s to be determined.

Linus Ullmark, Charlie McAvoy and Anton Blidh also skated in full and will travel with the team. Blidh has been dealing with an injury sustained in November and has been skating in full. With Nosek not traveling, he might make his return Wednesday night against the Vancouver Canucks.

Head coach Bruce Cassidy is feeling better but won’t be with the Bruins for the trip to Canada.

Patrice Bergeron practiced Tuesday after having his nose reset. The center was spotted wearing a full shield.

Jakub Zboril, who suffered a lower-body injury on a hard hit into the boards, will be reevaluated in two weeks.

The Bruins begin their three-game swing Wednesday night against the Canucks. Puck drop from Rogers Arena is set for 9 p.m. ET.

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