On the ice practicing with his Bruins teammates Wednesday morning was goalie Tuukka Rask, who hadn't done so since suffering a concussion from this scary play on January 19 with New York Rangers forward Filip Chytil:
Fortunately for Rask and the Bruins, the incident occurred in the final game before the team's nine-day mid-season break, giving the 31-year old backstop plenty of time to rest up from it.
After practice, Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said there's a "good chance" that Rask will start in goal on Thursday night against the Philadelphia Flyers at TD Garden.
"(Wednesday) was his first full practice. We wanted to make sure there was no fatigue and what not. He'd missed some time. So assuming he's ready to go and feels good about everything, then like I said, good chance he'll get it (on Thursday), then if not, it'd certainly be Sunday."