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Dennis Seidenberg, Johnny Boychuk join Bruins practice

The Bruins continued their practices at Boston University’s Agganis Arena to prepare for the start of training camp on Tuesday.

Dennis Seidenberg (Germany) and Johnny Boychuk (Austria), who played in Europe during the lockout, joined the Bruins group Tuesday. Tuukka Rask, Andrew Ference, Adam McQuaid, Brad Marchand, Gregory Campbell, Shawn Thornton, and Milan Lucic skated together for the second straight day. Tyler Seguin, who practiced on Monday, didn’t participate in Tuesday’s session.

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“It was a good time staying busy, having organized practices, and I’m grateful for it,” said Seidenberg, who played with younger brother Yannic for Adler Mannheim. “But now it’s time to get back. I’m so excited.”

The Bruins are planning to skate at BU one more time. They are scheduled to return to their regular practice facility in Wilmington. They are waiting for local NHLers Ryan Whitney and Keith Yandle to go back to their respective clubs before they return to Ristuccia Arena.

The players have not been told when training camp will officially start.

Fluto Shinzawa can be reached at fshinzawa@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @GlobeFluto.
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