Mid-Season Awards: Selke Trophy Bruins Superstar Returns for Game 6

Brad Marchand is back for the Bruins.

Leading up to Game 6 against the Florida Panthers, there were a lot of questions about whether Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand would play or not. The captain had missed both Games 4 and 5 after suffering an upper-body injury from a punch by Florida Panthers forward Sam Bennett.

Now, we have confirmation that Marchand will play in Game 6. This is fantastic news for the Bruins, as he is not only one of their best players but their most important leader.

Marchand will slot on the first line with center Charlie Coyle and winger Trent Frederic.


With the Bruins’ season on the line, it is massive that Marchand has been given the green light to go. No. 63 will now try to force a Game 7 for the Bruins.

Brad Marchand
Brad MarchandMarchand, 36, has appeared in 10 playoff games for the Bruins this year, posting three goals, 10 points, and a plus-2 rating.

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