Josh Hennessy looked at the No. 62 on his jersey and helmet Tuesday morning and laughed, "That's the least of my worries. They could give me 102 and I wouldn't care."
That's undoubtedly the attitude Hennessy will have tonight in Winnipeg if Bruins coach Claude Julien asks him to move from center to wing.
Hennessy, the 27-year-old Rockland native recalled Monday night from the Providence Bruins (American Hockey League), is expected to make his debut as a Bruin against the Jets. The B's, who recalled Hennessy as insurance in case a forward got hurt during a six-game road trip, had to send winger Rich Peverley back to Boston Thursday to have a knee injury examined.
"You'll probably see (Hennessy) play," Julien said Thursday in Montreal, where the Bruins opened the trip Wednesday night with a 4-3, shootout victory. "If there's somebody (new) that's going to be in the lineup, he's the guy that's here - unless (Peter Chiarelli) pulls a rabbit out of someplace."
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