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Torey Krug to make NHL debut

Posted by Fluto Shinzawa, Globe Staff  April 3, 2012 12:06 PM

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Defenseman Torey Krug will make his NHL debut tonight against Pittsburgh. Krug’s family will attend the game at TD Garden.

“It’s something special,” Krug said. “As a child, you work for your dreams. That’s what your dream is. You work for it your whole life. You make so many sacrifices. It’s good for it to finally come true.”

Krug will be playing in front of goalie Marty Turco, who will make what could be his final start as a Bruin. Turco saw action in relief against Pittsburgh on March 11.

Anton Khudobin will back up Turco. Tim Thomas will not dress.

* Adam McQuaid is feeling better after missing the last two games because of a cut above his left eye. McQuaid will not play tonight. McQuaid participated in the morning skate while wearing a visor.

* Gregory Campbell will play. Campbell didn’t dress against the Rangers, partly because he was sore after blocking a shot the day before.

* Jordan Caron (flu-like symptoms) will not play. Caron was kept away from the team today.

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