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Bruins’ Wade Redden likely a game-time decision for Game 2 vs. Rangers

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Bruins coach Claude Julien said injured defenseman Wade Redden, who skated with the team in Saturday’s practice at TD Garden, would likely be a game-time decision for Sunday afternoon’s Game 2 against the New York Rangers.

The status of injured defenseman Dennis Seidenberg, who skated before practice with strength and conditioning coach John Whiteside, remained uncertain.

Julien, however, seemed to rule out hurting D-man Andrew Ference, who did not skate with the team Saturday.

“It was good to get back out on the ice again and be with the guys and be a part of a practice and starting to feel better,’’ said Redden, who did not play in Thursday night’s 3-2 overtime victory in Game 1 because of an undisclosed injury.

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