Bruins Injuries: Latest On Patrice Bergeron, Jake DeBrusk Ahead Of Devils Matchup

Injuries have ravaged the Boston Bruins this season, but some notable forwards might be on their way back.
When the Boston Bruins face the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday at Prudential Center, the expectation is Patrice Bergeron and Jake DeBrusk, as well as Brett Ritchie, will be available.
For perspective, in the B’s shootout loss to the Washington Capitals on Saturday they were without: Bergeron, DeBrusk, Ritchie, David Backes, Karson Kuhlman, Torey Krug, John Moore and Kevan Miller.
Bergeron, DeBrusk and Ritchie took part in Tuesday’s morning skate, and according to head coach Bruce Cassidy, the latter two both are good to go. As for Bergeron, he’s feeling better and will take warmups, so he’s still considered a game-time decision.
The top-line center has missed just one game with a lower-body injury, while DeBrusk has been out five games with a “freak” lower-body injury. Ritchie also has been out five games, but he’s been dealing with an upper-body injury.