Sens Practice Mar 26

Everybody who could be deemed “healthy” was on the ice Saturday morning for a light practice.  Backup goaltender Curtis McElhinney was back after dealing with a personal matter and Patrick Weircioch seemed fine after going head first into the boards last evening.   Mike Brodeur was re-assigned to Binghamton with the return of McElhinney.

Here’s Cory Clouston on why he felt it best to have a practice after playing back-to-back games.

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Cory Clouston on playing Atlanta and whether its hard to play in an empty arena.

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Cory Clouston on Alfredsson and what the plan is for him on this road trip….

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Clouston updated Sergei Gonchar’s condition by saying he is a little bit better and that he had a light workout yesterday.  Gonchar will not join the team on the upcoming trip, but if he goes the next couple of days symptom-free, they will amp up the intensity of the workouts.  He is still a ways away and the hope for him to play once the team returns from the road is considered “optimistic.”

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