Moore (upper body) will be back in the lineup for Wednesday's road game against the Maple Leafs for Game 4, Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports. Moore reportedly will replace Steve Kampfer with the Bruins down 2-1 in the series. It'll be interesting to see how effective Moore is after he missed the final six games of the regular season and the first three of the playoffs.
Moore (upper body) "looks like he's in" for Wednesday's playoff game against the Maple Leafs, Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports. With Connor Clifton (upper body) and Kevan Miller (lower body) still hurting, the fleet-footed Moore would be a welcome addition to the Bruins' blue line corps against a speedy Toronto squad. If he suits up Wednesday, Steven Kampfer would be the odd man out.
Moore (upper body) sported a regular practice jersey at Monday's morning skate. The smooth-skating blueliner, who hasn't played since March 25, is thus in the day-to-day category as Wednesday night's Game 4 against Toronto approaches. His return would certainly be a welcome one, with Connor Clifton now dealing with an upper-body injury and Kevan Miller still out with a lower-body issue.
Moore (upper body) skated in a non-contact jersey Saturday morning, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports. Moore's presence on the ice Saturday is obviously a step in the right direction in terms of his recovery, but he'll need to be cleared for contact before rejoining the lineup. Another update on his status should surface once that occurs.
Moore (upper body) won't be available for Game 1 against the Maple Leafs as part of the conference quarterfinals, Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal reports. Boston summoned Jeremy Lauzon from AHL Providence -- at least for Saturday's regular-season finale against the Lightning -- as a reinforcement option with Moore, Brandon Carlo (rest) and Kevan Miller (lower body) out of action.
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