Dupuis (lower-body) will travel with the team to Boston.
Dupuis was injured in Thursday's game vs. the Sharks shortly after he scored a goal. He did not return to the game, but will travel with the team and could be in the lineup tomorrow. Monitor his status during the Penguins' morning skate.
Pascal Dupuis retired to the locker room with an unspecified injury shortly after deflecting a Brooks Orpik shot past Niemi 27 seconds into the second period.
The Penguins already were deploying a somewhat diluted lineup, as Evgeni Malkin was held out of the game because of an unspecified injury that has led to him being listed as day-to-day. Dupuis' injury will require further evaluation, according to coach Dan Bylsma. Consider him day-to-day until an official injury report is released.
Dupuis missed practice on Thursday, but was on the ice this morning and will play on Saturday. Dupuis will skate on his regular line with Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz. He has two goals and nine assists in 16 games.
Dupuis (undisclosed) was absent from Penguins practice this morning.
Dupuis left Wednesday's game after the second period and did not return. The Penguins don't play until Saturday so there is a chance that Dupuis will be good to go. Jayson Megna was practicing in Dupuis spot alongside Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz.
Dupuis has been one of the more valuable forwards on the team and will shift to center now that all three top-line centers could be hurt. He has nine goals and 22 points in 30 games and really seems to thrive under head coach Dan Blysma.