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Marchand (undisclosed) will not travel to Columbus for Friday's game against the Blue Jackets, Joe Haggerty of CSNNE.com reports.

Marchand was on the ice for Thursday's practice session, but it doesn't sound like he saw enough involvement for coach Claude Julien to feel comfortable slotting him back into the lineup. Matt Fraser figures to be tasked with filling in for him on the second line for the second straight game Friday.

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Marchand (undisclosed injury) was not at practice Wednesday.

Marchand, who missed Tuesday night's game against the Blues, thus slots in the day-to-day category as Friday's game against Columbus approaches.

Brad Marchand LW BOS 1 Month

Marchand (undisclosed) will not play Tuesday against the Blues.

Marchand took the ice briefly during Tuesday's morning skate, but head coach Claude Julien said he "is not doing well," so he will not be available against the Blues. Matt Fraser took Marchand's place after he exited the ice, so he will likely skate in his place Tuesday night.

Brad Marchand LW BOS 1 Month

Marchand (undisclosed) is probable for Tuesday's game against the Blues.

There's no word on what specifically is ailing Marchand, but he missed Monday's practice, and could end up missing Tuesday's game.

Brad Marchand LW BOS 1 Month

Marchand assisted on the Bruins' first goal and scored the game-winner in overtime Tuesday against the Panthers.

The red-hot Marchand has ripped off four goals (two of them overtime winners) and three assists in his last three games, adding a plus-7 rating to round out his fantasy line. Another 50-point season looks to be in the cards.

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Marchand scored two goals, including the overtime winner, and handed out an assist in Thursday's 3-2 win over the Bruins. He also went plus-3.

Marchand tallied both the game-tying and game-winning goals in this one, breaking his three-game scoring drought in spectacular fashion despite having missed practice Wednesday with an undisclosed injury. His start to the season has actually been so cold that Thursday's three-point effort doubled his point total -- he'd collected just a goal and two assists in the Bruins' first 11 games.

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Marchand (undisclosed) was on the ice for pregame warmups and appears set to play Thursday against the Bruins, Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe reports.

The undisclosed injury forced Marchand out of Wednesday's practice, but it looks like it won't prove to be too limiting for the forward. Barring a late setback during warmups, he appears set to join Carl Soderberg and Loui Erikkson on the Bruins' third line.

Brad Marchand LW BOS 2 Months

Marchand left Wednesday's practice early with an unspecified injury.

According to coach Claude Julien, Marchand tweaked something during Wednesday's session, adding that he hopes that the winger will be ready for Thursday's game against the Sabres. If Marchand doesn't suit up for the contest, Matt Fraser would be in line to re-join the B's forward mix on Thursday.

Brad Marchand LW BOS 2 Months

Marchand scored his first goal of the season in a 5-3 victory over the Sharks on Tuesday.

Coach Claude Julien indicated in the preseason that Marchand could see increased action on the power play, a move that paid off Tuesday as his goal came on the man advantage. He logged 16:50 worth of ice time, and now has points in three of the Bruins' last four games after being held off the score sheet in their first four contests.

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Marchand notched a goal and an assist in 19:17 worth of ice time in Tuesday's preseason loss to the Islanders.

Meanwhile, Marchand (who averaged less than half a minute of power play time in 2013-14) saw 3:21 worth of man-advantage action Tuesday, a trend that could potentially extend into the regular season, ESPN.com reports. "It's certainly a possibility," coach Claude Julien said with regard to Marchand seeing added power play duty in 2014-15. "He's a better player this year already than he was all of last year." On heels of a season in which he recorded 25 goals and 53 points in 82 games, while seeing limited power play ice time, any sort of uptick on that front would bode well for the winger's chances of seeing increased production this year.