Chris Kelly C BOS 10 Days

Kelly racked up 17 PIM in Thursday's win over the Rangers.

Kelly more than doubled his previous output in the category for the season, as he managed just 13 PIM over his prior 42 games. The winger has been a capable bottom-six forward for the Bruins with five goals and 19 points on the campaign, but those numbers likely aren't deserving of attention in most fantasy leagues.

Chris Kelly C BOS 1 Month

Kelly assisted twice in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Predators.

Held in high regard by the Bruins for his strength on the penalty kill, Kelly has inexplicably caught fire on the offensive end over the last several games. Currently skating on the third line with Loui Eriksson and Carl Soderberg, Kelly has recorded a point in five consecutive games. The 34-year-old's track record suggests that production won't last long, however, as he's never topped 40 points in his previous nine seasons.

Chris Kelly C BOS 1 Month

Kelly scored on his only shot in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Sabres.

Kelly now has a point in four straight as he chipped in his first goal since October. He's got 12 points on the season, but just eight in 28 games before his current streak. The 34-year-old logs valuable minutes for the Bruins, but should only be considered in deeper fantasy leagues at this point.

Chris Kelly C BOS 2 Months

Kelly (upper body) saw 13:38 worth of ice time in Friday's win over the Jets.

Kelly, who returned to the Bruins' forward mix Friday after missing two games, brings reliability and leadership to the table, but with two goals and eight points in 22 games to date, he's only an option in deeper fantasy formats.

Chris Kelly C BOS 2 Months

Kelly (upper body) was on the ice for pregame warm ups and will suit up against the Jets on Friday night.

Kelly, who has two goals and eight points in 21 games this season, will center Reilly Smith and Seth Griffith on the Bruins' third line.

Chris Kelly C BOS 2 Months

Kelly (upper body) is expected to be in the Bruins' lineup for Friday's game vs. Winnipeg.

After missing the Bruins' previous two games, the veteran forward should suit up for Boston's Friday night match-up against the Jets. Kelly will likely resume his role centering Reilly Smith and Seth Griffith on the Bruins' third line.

Chris Kelly C BOS 2 Months

Kelly (upper body), who practiced again Thursday, has a chance to rejoin the Bruins' lineup Friday against the Jets, the team's official site report.

Per coach Claude Julien, if the Bruins trainers give the veteran forward the green light, there is "a good chance" that Kelly -- who has two goals and eight points in 21 games to date -- will return to the Boston lineup Friday night.

Chris Kelly C BOS 2 Months

Kelly (unspecified injury) was on the ice Thursday for the second straight day.

The veteran forward is thus a candidate to return to action Friday against the Jets, though on Wednesday coach Claude Julien noted that the Bruins will "take it day-by-day" with Kelly, the team's official site reports.

Chris Kelly C BOS 2 Months

Kelly (undisclosed) was back at practice Wednesday.

Kelly, who had missed the Bruins' previous two games with an injury, looked to be a full participant in the session and was centering the team's third line. He figures to be on tap for a return to the lineup Friday versus the Jets, as was intimated when the Bruins sent Alexander Khokhlachev back to the minors a day earlier.

Chris Kelly C BOS 2 Months

It's unclear when Kelly, who missed his second straight game Monday with an undisclosed injury, will return to action, according to the Boston Herald.

"I don't think there's a specific timetable," coach Claude Julien noted with regard to the veteran forward's status. "It's not 3-4 weeks, 4-6 weeks, that much I can tell you. That's why we can only say day-to-day, I guess, at this point." With that in mind, it doesn't look like Kelly will play Friday against the Jets, at a minimum. We'll let you know if that assessment changes.