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Practice Updates: Senyshyn is hurt, Rask is still unavailable, Marchand questionable

Tough break.

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The Bruins practiced at Warrior Arena today, getting a skate in before tomorrow afternoon’s game against the New York Rangers.

While the vibes were undoubtedly good after last night’s 4-0 win, the only real news to come out of today’s practice was (at least slightly) vibe-killing.

Bruce Cassidy announced that forward Zach Senyshyn suffered an upper-body injury at some point last night and that he’s unavailable for tomorrow’s game.

In fact, the Bruins said on Twitter that Senyshyn will miss “some time,” so who knows how long that may be.

It’s a tough break for Senyshyn, who had a decent game last night with Sean Kuraly and Jack Studnicka.

You hoped he’d get a decent run of games to show what he could do, but instead, it’s one outing them some time on the shelf.

Hopefully he’s back pretty quickly.

Elsewhere on the forward front, Brad Marchand, who appeared to take some kind of knock last night, didn’t practice today.

He hasn’t officially been ruled out for Saturday’s game, however, so he’ll be a game-time decision.

Additionally, Tuukka Rask remains out with whatever he tweaked in his last outing against the New Jersey Devils.

If you remember, Rask appeared to hurt his back in the latter stages of that game and hasn’t been seen since.

The Bruins won’t look to Dan Vladar yet, however, with Jaroslav Halak slated to get the start again tomorrow.