When the Bruins acquired Jaromir Jagr, it seemed a question of whether he would play on Boston’s first line or third line. As it turns out, Patrice Bergeron ‘s concussion had a big say in the matter, as Jagr took part in his first morning skate with the Bruins on the second line, with Tyler Seguin  at center.
The lines in morning skate were as follows:
Milan Lucic  – David Krejci  – Nathan Horton 
Brad Marchand  – Tyler Seguin  – Jaromir Jagr
Jay Pandolfo – Rich Peverley  – Kaspars Daugavins
Daniel Paille  – Gregory Campbell  – Shawn Thornton 
Though Seguin was drafted as a center after playing mostly center in the OHL, he has primarily been a right wing in his time in the NHL . With Bergeron out, he’ll be given more responsibility initially, although the Bruins have lots of players capable of playing center on their roster (including the recently acquired Kaspars Daugavins), so if the trial period doesn’t go well, Claude Julien  will have other options.
“We put him there because we think he can [handle] it,” Julien said of Seguin. “We’ll see. It’s a great opportunity for him. He’s played there most of his career and giving him that opportunity is something that I think he deserves. We’ll see how it goes, and if not, coaches will do what they do. They adjust.”
The morning skate also marked the return of Chris Kelly , whom the Bruins expect to return to the lineup shortly, though not Thursday. Tuukka Rask  was the first goaltender off the ice, and will start vs. the Devils after Anton Khudobin played Boston’s last two games.
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