DeBrusk finished Monday's 3-2 loss to Toronto with an assist. DeBrusk was playing only two days removed from receiving a crosscheck to the head, courtesy of Nazim Kadri -- Kadri has since been suspended for the remainder of the first round as a result of the incident. Considering DeBrusk finished with 17:58 of ice time, it's safe to assume he is feeling no ill effects from the incident.
DeBrusk (undisclosed) will play in Monday night's road game against the Maple Leafs. DeBrusk took a cross-check to the face from Toronto's Nazem Kadri on Saturday, but the winger will be a go in Monday's Game 3, which sets the stage for him to man the left wing of the Bruins' second line as well as see top-unit power-play duty.
DeBrusk (undisclosed) participated in Monday's morning skate. DeBrusk, who exited Saturday's game against the Maple Leafs after being cross-checked in the head by Nazem Kadri, is now evidently on track to play in Monday night's Game 3, on a line with David Krejci and Karson Kuhlman.
DeBrusk underwent tests after being cross-checked in the head by Nazem Kadri in Saturday's game versus the Maple Leafs, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. DeBrusk dished out a knee-to-knee hit on Kadri earlier in the game before issuing a hard check on Patrick Marleau in the third period. Kadri took exception and targeted DeBrusk with a cross-check to the head. Kadri was ejected from the game and will likely face a hefty suspension for his actions. We'll have an update on DeBrusk's condition as information becomes available.
DeBrusk (undisclosed) will play in Game 2 versus the Maple Leafs on Saturday, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. DeBrusk sat out of Friday's practice for maintenance, but it's all systems go for the 22-year-old winger. He went pointless in Game 1, but he should slot into the top six since Marcus Johansson (undisclosed) is sitting out.
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