David Pastrnak, Torey Krug miss Bruins practice

DJ Bean
November 10, 2015 - 7:22 am

WILMINGTON -- David Pastrnak and Torey Krug were both missing from the ice as the Bruins returned to practice Tuesday at Ristuccia Arena. Pastrnak has missed the last four games with a bruised foot. With Pastrnak still out, Frank Vatrano skated on David Krejci's line with Loui Eriksson. Claude Julien said after the practice that Krug was given a maintenance day, but that Pastrnak's status remains up in the air. "He's still not ready to go, obviously," Julien said. "I don't know. I haven't heard much from our training staff, but they told me he's not available, so it doesn't look good I guess as we speak because of that. I was expecting him to be back today. We'll see what comes out of that." All other players were on the ice Tuesday. The forward lines were as follows: Beleskey-Bergeron-Connolly Vatrano-Krejci-Eriksson Marchand-Spooner-Hayes Rinaldo-Kemppainen-Randell The Bruins are in the middle of a three-day stretch of no game action. They had Monday off and will practice again on Wednesday before hosting the Avalanche in the first game of a five-game homestand.