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Oil Country: (Probable) Bruins lines vs. Edmonton

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Trot out your best to beat the worst.

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It appears that the Bruins are eschewing the morning skate again today, meaning we'll be stuck projecting practice lines from Tuesday into real lines tonight.

(By the way, this article by WEEI's DJ Bean on why the morning skate isn't really necessary any more is a great read.)

Per the Bruins' website notes from yesterday's practice, the main change is moving Landon Ferraro from the fourth line to the third. The Boston Globe's Amalie Benjamin had a good article on what that move could mean for the speedy trio.

Here's what you'll probably see tonight at Rexall Place, via DailyFaceoff (which doesn't have a Landon Ferraro graphic yet):

Brett Connolly on the fourth line? It wouldn't be terribly surprising to see Claude flip-flop the bottom six during the game.

As far as Edmonton goes, also via DailyFaceoff:

It's entirely possible that Cam Talbot starts instead of Nilsson; Nilsson has started the last two. I'll update this after Edmonton's morning skate.