Boston Bruins (1-2)
Ottawa Senators (2-1)
Game 4, Senators lead series 2-1
7:30 pm ET
TD Garden – Boston, MA
TV: NESN, USA Network, Sportsnet
Radio: 98.5 FM Sports Hub
BOS 2 @ OTT 1
BOS 3 @ OTT 4 OT
OTT 4 @ BOS 3 OT
OTT @ BOS
BOS @ OTT
OTT @ BOS
BOS @ OTT
8 tied with 1
3 tied with 2
4 tied with 2
E. Karlsson, 4
D. Pastrnak, 3
3 tied with 4
The Boston Bruins got some good news ahead of Game 4 as defenseman Colin Miller says he's ready to go tonight against the Ottawa Senators.
Head coach Bruce Cassidy says he'll be a game time decision, but the plan is to have him play and lineup beside John-Michael Liles.
The B's will look to get off on the right foot as the Sens have been the team with the better starts so far in the series.
"Definitely a better start. Definitely not good enough.They really took it to us early on, and it's tough when you get down." Bruins forward Brad Marchand said. "We were lucky to come back the way we did. But, we gave ourselves a chance, and again, we need to be much better next game."
The Sens might get some help on the blueline themselves as coach Guy Boucher said defenseman Mark Borowiecki could be available Wednesday.
The swing game will send the series back to Ottawa either tied 2-2 or with the Sens having a commanding 3-1 lead.
Here's a look at tonight's probable lineups:
Probable Bruins Lineup
Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - David Backes
Drew Stafford – David Krejci - David Pastrnak
Dominic Moore - Ryan Spooner - Frank Vatrano
Tim Schaller- Riley Nash – Noel Acciari
Zdeno Chara - Charlie McAvoy
Joe Morrow - Kevan Miller
John-Michael Liles - Colin Miller
Probable Senators Lineup
Mike Hoffman - Zack Smith – Mark Stone
Ryan Dzingel - Kyle Turris - Alexandre Burrows
Clarke MacArthur - Jean-Gabriel Pageau - Kyle Turris
Viktor Stalberg - Derick Brassard - Bobby Ryan
Marc Methot - Erik Karlsson
Dion Phaneuf - Cody Ceci
Ben Harpur - Chris Wideman