BOSTON -- Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli reported no red flags after the players took their physicals Friday morning at TD Garden.
Other than Marc Savard, who has suffered a setback with post-concussion syndrome, almost every player in camp passed the testing. Chiarelli would not disclose who failed their physicals, but added they would be disciplined internally. Those who failed will still be allowed to skate.
"They went well,” Chiarelli said. “I mentioned this earlier with the rookies, we tweaked the testing a little bit, and all the guys performed well. Pretty much all of them passed. We didn’t have as high of a pass ratio with the rookies, but that’s to be understood. It was good.”
Bruins forward David Krejci, who suffered a season-ending wrist injury during the Eastern Conference semifinals last April and needed surgery to repair a severe dislocation, has been cleared to play.
“He looked super on his run test today,” Chiarelli said.
Goaltender Tim Thomas, who had offseason hip surgery, has also been cleared to play and is ready to go.”