It's a big night for the Boston Bruins in more ways than one. 

Not only will tonight's game have big playoff implications once again but we'll also witness the debut for one Bruins' prospect. 

Head coach Bruce Cassidy confirmed to reporters this morning that Jeremy Swayman will make his NHL debut tonight against the Philadelphia Flyers. 

It's a big opportunity to see how Swayman deals with pressure as the Bruins continue to fight for their playoff lives and fight off the Flyers who now sit just three points behind the Bruins after last night's win. 

It's not the only changes to the lineup as we'll also see some changes up front and on the defensive end. 

Up front Chris Wagner will jump back into the lineup and replaces Zach Senyshyn on the fourth line with Sean Kuraly and Trent Frederic. 

On the blueline we'll see the return of Kevan Miller who hasn't played since February due to knee problems. He'll jump in and replace Steven Kampfer on the third pairing with Jakub Zboril. 

Check out the full lineup below, what do you think of Cassidy's lineup for tonight?

Marchand-Bergeron-Smith
Ritchie-Krejci-Pastrnak
DeBrusk-Coyle-Kuhlman
Frederic-Kuraly-Wagner

Grzelcyk-McAvoy
Lauzon-Clifton
Zboril-Miller

Swayman