ARENA: Corel Centre, 7 p.m.
TV: CBC % Radio: Team 1200 AM, CJRC 1150 AM, Star 96 FM (Pembroke) and The Jewel 1220 AM (Cornwall).
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39 TRAVIS GREEN C
AGE: 34 HT: 6-foot-2 WT: 200 lbs.
2005-06 STATS: 24 GP 3 G 5 A 8 Pts 18 Pims
THE SKINNY: Did not play during the NHL lockout ... Played his 800th game in the league on Oct. 21, 2003 ... Missed 18 games with rib injuries during the 2003-04 season ... Was the Islanders second pick, 23rd overall, in the 1989 NHL entry draft ... Claimed by Columbus in the NHL waiver draft from Toronto on Oct. 3, 2003 and then dealt to Boston ... Has eight goals and 10 assists for 18 points in 39 career games vs. Ottawa.
BLACK AND BLUE REPORT:
BRUINS: D Brian Leetch (knee), could play; D Ian Moran (knee), out indefinitely; RW Glen Murray (groin), is day-to-day.
SENATORS: D Wade Redden (knee), out at least a week; RW Martin Havlat (hamstring), out indefinitely.
The Bruins could have a big boost in their lineup with the return of D Brian Leetch, who suffered a knee injury on Nov. 1 and was expected to be gone for a month. The former Norris Trophy winner has been skating all week and had hoped to play yesterday vs. the visting Flyers, but was held back. "I was pushing to play (yesterday)," said Leetch. "So, I'm hoping they'll let me play (tonight)." Leetch didn't accompany the Bruins to Toronto for their game earlier this week vs. the Leafs, opting to stay in Boston and skate with assistant coach Ray Bourque ... Expect to see G Andrew Raycroft start for Boston ... The Bruins called up LW Eric Healey from Providence to suit up yesterday against the Flyers with RW Glen Murray out of the lineup. W Colton Orr and D Kevin Dallman were Boston's scratches yesterday ... Ottawa is 2-0 vs. Boston this season.