Marchand (undisclosed) will be a game-time for Game 4.
Marchand is on the ice for warmups; expected to play in Carolina.
Marchand missed Sunday’s game against the Blackhawks but he will draw back into the lineup tonight. Marchand should be active in all formats, especially against Cam Ward and the Hurricanes who are in the second game of a back-to-back.
Source: 03/13/18, 6:39 pm EST
Marchand (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Marchand took the ice for warmups but was a late scratch against the Blackhawks on Sunday afternoon. However, he was on the ice for the Bruins morning skate on Tuesday and should play despite being labeled as a game-time decision.
Marchand (upper-body) will not play on Sunday.
The NHL has suspended Brad Marchand for five games for elbowing Marcus Johansson.
Marchand (illness) took warmups and is expected to play for the Bruins.
Marchand is questionable for Thursday’s game with an illness.
The Bruins will host the Jets tonight but they could be without some key forwards including Marchand, who is officially listed as questionable for tonight’s contest. Monitor his status when the Bruins hit the ice for pre-game warmups at 6:30 pm ET.
Marchand (undisclosed) will return to the Bruins lineup on Wednesday.
Marchand missed the last six games with an undisclosed injury but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Lightning. Marchand will be reunited with Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak on the top line and comes into play with 15 points (8G / 7A) in 14 games this season.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/29/17, 6:45 am EST
Marchand (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Marchand has missed the last six games with an injury, but skated on the top line in Tuesday’s practice and is a game-time decision for Wednesday’s game. Monitor his status during tomorrow’s gameday skate.
Marchand (undisclosed) will not play Sunday vs. the Oilers.
Marchand has yet to be cleared to play, so he will miss his sixth consecutive game with an undisclosed injury. The Bruins have played week without Marchand, going 4-1-0 in those five contests.
Marchand (undisclosed) will not play Friday vs. Pittsburgh.
Marchand (undisclosed) will not play Wednesday in New Jersey.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/21/17, 7:14 am EST
Marchand (undisclosed) will not travel with the team to Anaheim on Monday.
Just because Marchand didn’t initially travel to Anaheim doesn’t mean he won’t play on Tuesday but it makes it very unlikely. Marchand hasn’t officially been ruled out vs. the Ducks, but it seems doubtful that he will play in either of the next two games (Tuesday/Wednesday) and could very well miss the entire road-trip.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/14/17, 4:44 am EST
Marchand (upper-body) will return to the Bruins lineup on Friday.
Marchand has missed the last two games with an upper-body injury, but will return tonight in Toronto. Marchand will be back on the top line with Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak and comes into play with eight goals and six assists (14 points) in 12 games this season.
Marchand (upper-body) will not play on Monday.
Marchand was not on the ice for the Bruins morning skate and will not play tonight due to an upper-body injury. With Marchand out, Anders Bjork skated on the top-line this morning and Frank Vatrano is expected to draw back into the lineup tonight. Consider Marchand as day-to-day.
Marchand missed Friday’s practice but will play on Saturday.
Marchand was given a maintenance day on Friday, but will be in the lineup against the Capitals. Marchand is already off to a another start to the 2017-18 season, picking up eight goals and five assists (13 points) in 11 games.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/4/17, 8:40 am EST
The NHL has suspended Brad Marchand two games for his spear on Jake Dotchin.
Marchand left Saturday's practice after getting hit by a shot and did not return.
The Bruins have signed Brad Marchand to an eight-year deal worth $49 million ($6.125M AAV).
Marchand, 28, is coming off of a career-high 37 goals and 60 points. The Canadian-born winger has scored 20-plus goals in every full 82-game season that he has played in and is in a great spot on Patrice Bergeron’s wing out in Boston. He has had a very strong showing in the World Cup of Hockey which shows last year may not be a fluke.