Bruins coach Claude Julien said that he hasn’t made up his lineup for tonight’s game against the Penguins just yet.

But judging from yesterday morning’s practice at Ristuccia Arena, it looks like there could be one interesting addition and one interesting subtraction. The struggling Milan Lucic, who skated on the fourth line Wednesday night, wore the green jersey usually reserved for the spare forwards, while Carl Soderberg took a regular shift as the left wing on a line with center Chris Kelly and right wing Jaromir Jagr.

With just six games left in the regular season, Julien is in a bit of a race against the clock to not only find the right mix for new forwards Jagr and Soderberg, but also find a way to help Lucic regain his game. Julien feels right now that, for whatever reason, Lucic is not as “emotionally engaged” as he is when he’s playing well.

“I don’t know what (the next step) is, but we all know he’s struggling right now,” said Julien. “He obviously knows that. We’ve had our chats about his game for a while now and he’s really trying to turn the corner, but doesn’t seem to be able to. As a coach, you’re trying to help him through that stuff. A big portion of that’s going to have to come from him, obviously. We can support him and give him opportunities, but at the end of the day you have to be able to step up there. And he knows he’s not.

“It’s not a secret to anybody. But we also know what he’s done for this team in the past and what he’s capable of doing. And you just have to hope this player finds his game because we’re going to need him.”