The Bruins have signed Jake DeBrush to a two-year deal worth $7.35 million ($3.675M AAV).
Source: PuckPedia 11/23/20, 5:38 pm EST
DeBrusk (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
DeBrusk has missed the last five games with a lower-body injury but skated on the third-line in Monday's practice and head coach Bruce Cassidy anticipates him playing on Tuesday. However, he is still listed as a game-time decision so monitor his status during tomorrow's morning skate in New Jersey.
DeBrusk (lower-body) will not travel to Detroit for Friday's game.
DeBrusk is battling a lower-body injury and will not be available for tomorrow's game against the Red Wings. With DeBrusk out, Peter Cehlarik will move up to the second line and skate with David Krejci and Danton Heinen.
DeBrusk (undisclosed) will play in Game 3.
DeBrusk took some big licks in Game 2, including a cross-check to the head from Nazem Kadri late in the third period, but will play in Game 3. DeBrusk has been an effective pest through two games, registering six shots on goal but no points to date.
DeBrusk (undisclosed) feels "100 percent" and will play in Game 2.
DeBrusk took some licks in Game 1 and missed yesterday's practice but will play in Game 2 vs. the Maple Leafs. DeBrusk, who had eight points (6G / 2A) in 12 playoff games last year, had two shots in 15:19 TOI in Game 1.
DeBrusk (foot) will return to the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
DeBrusk (foot) is expected to miss at least two more games.
DeBrusk will not play Saturday vs. the Senators and will likely miss Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh as well. Lee Stempniak was recalled from Providence (AHL) and is expected to play in DeBrusk’s usual spot with David Krejci.
Source: @NHLBruins 03/9/19, 11:41 am EST
DeBrusk (lower-body) will play on Wednesday.
DeBrusk is dealing with a lower-body injury but will be available for Wednesday’s game in Philadelphia. The Bruins recalled Peter Cehlarik from Providence (AHL) to replace DeBrusk but with him playing, David Backes will be the healthy scratch up front.
DeBrusk (concussion) will return to the Bruins lineup on Thursday.
DeBrusk has missed the last nine games with a concussion but will return Thursday vs. the Devils. DeBrusk, who has 10 goals and two assists in 28 games this season, will skate on the second line with David Krejci and Danton Heinen.
DeBrusk (undisclosed) is not expected to play this weekend.
DeBrusk missed Saturday’s morning skate and is not expected to play vs. the Maple Leafs on Saturday. With DeBrusk out, Gemel Smith is expected to make his Bruins debut and David Backes is expected to move to the second line.
DeBrusk (undisclosed) will be a game-time for Game 4.
DeBrusk (upper-body) is expected to be back in the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
DeBrusk (upper-body) will miss at least the next two games.
DeBrusk left Tuesday’s game with an undisclosed injury and did not return.
DeBrusk absorbed a big hit early on Tuesday but was able to play through it for a period of time, but eventually went down the tunnel and never returned. DeBrusk ended up logging just 10:48 TOI and should be considered questionable as the Bruins head to Florida for a clash with the Panthers on Thursday.
DeBrusk (upper-body) will return to the Bruins lineup on Thursday.
DeBrusk has missed the last three games but will play tonight vs. Arizona. DeBrusk will replace Ryan Spooner, who is sidelined again. DeBrusk has registered 12 points (5G / 7A) in 21 games this season.
DeBrusk (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
DeBrusk (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday.
DeBrusk was not at the Bruins practice session on Tuesday and will be held out of the lineup on Wednesday because of an upper-body injury. This is a tough break for DeBrusk, who had been finding his stride since being a healthy scratch on November 11th—he picked up two goals, four assists and 18 shots in six games since. The injuries just continue to mount for the Bruins.