WILMINGTON, Mass. — David Krejci returned to practice Monday morning at Ristuccia Arena, but it appears that right winger Michael Ryder has taken the center’s place in Boston’s sick bay.
“He’s a little under the weather,” Julien said of Ryder. “There are no H1N1 symptoms, if that’s the thing that people want to know. But then again I’m not a doctor. Every time somebody is under the weather we’re going to play it safe and get it checked out. But there’s nothing indicating that it’s got anything to do with [swine flu].”
It’s too early to determine whether Ryder might be out for Tuesday night’s big game against Sidney Crosby and the Penguins. Ryder has been battling through a cold streak on the ice as well and hasn’t cracked the score sheet in eight games, with only one goal in his last 11 games.
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