The Bruins got an influx of healthy bodies Wednesday morning as Carl Soderberg skated with the team for the first time, while both Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand (concussions) have been cleared and will be in the lineup for what figures to be an emotional contest against the Sabres.

The NHL announced Tuesday that Monday’s game between the Bruins and Senators has been rescheduled for Sunday, April 28 at TD Garden. The game will be played at 7 p.m.

The game was initially scheduled for Monday night, but was postponed due to the Boston Marathon bombings.

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The Bruins sent forward Jordan Caron to Providence following Tuesday’s practice. The move comes a day before Carl Soderberg is expected to take the ice for the first time with the Bruins for Wednesday’s morning skate.

In five NHL games this season, Caron has one goal and two assists for three points.

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WILMINGTON -- Andrew Ference had gone home after Monday’s morning skate knowing that he was going to be a healthy scratch that night against the Senators.



Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference tweeted Monday afternoon that Monday’s game against the Senators had been postponed, confirming an earlier report from Joe McDonald of ESPNBoston. The Bruins followed by confirming that the game had been postponed, though the makeup date is not yet known.

Game is off. Our best to everyone affected, please be safe.

— Andrew Ference (@Ferknuckle) April 15, 2013

As the Bruins take turns resting their players leading up to the postseason, Andrew Ference will be a healthy scratch Monday.

Both Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand (both coming off concussions) participated in the Bruins’ morning skate Monday, and Bergeron could make his return to the Boston lineup Monday night after missing the last six games.

The Bruins couldn’t take advantage of a reeling Carolina team, with the Hurricanes winning at home for the first time in the last nine tries, beating the B’s, 4-2, Saturday night.

The Hurricanes came in with a seven-game losing streak, having been trounced the Bruins, 6-2, earlier in the week. This time, however, Carolina took advantage of two power-play goals, the last one – by Joe Corvo 9:36 into the final period – proved to be the difference.

The Hurricanes had been just 1-13-1 over their last 15 games.

The Bruins announced Swedish center Carl Soderberg has been cleared to join the Bruins. The Swedish Ice Hockey Federation had originally contested Soderberg’s availability, saying that he was under contract with Linkoping until May 15. The NHL, however, ruled that was not the case. Elliotte Friedman of CBC was first to report the news via Twitter. The team also announced on Twitter that Soderberg will wear No. 34.

Here is the Bruins’ press release:

Patrice Bergeron will make the trip to Carolina with the Bruins, coach Claude Julien told reporters at Friday’s practice in Boston, where Bergeron skated with his teammates. However, Bergeron is not expected to play against the Hurricanes on Saturday,