Jonathan Toews pedaled on the stationary bike. Patrick Sharp and Dave Bolland were swarmed by reporters. The Chicago Blackhawks non-starters took part in an optional skate.
There was no sign of the one Blackhawks player of utmost concern on Tuesday: Marian Hossa. Bolland, for instance, wouldn't even say he's seen Hossa, who was an unforeseen scratch before the Bruins' 2-0 victory in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday.
"I don't know," Bolland said.
"I don't know if I've seen him," Bolland smirked.
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville told reporters Tuesday that Hossa (upper-body injury) will "likely" be back in the lineup for Game 4 here at TD Garden on Wednesday. Chicago's troubles, however, extend beyond an ailing Hossa, although the team certainly missed the talented winger in Game 3.
The 'Hawks haven't scored in 122 minutes, 26 seconds, they've been outshot 59-43 since the first period of Game 2 and the power play hasn't scored a goal their last 20 chances, incl...