There is finally some good news on the Loui Eriksson front for the Boston Bruins.
Despite the injuries and Shawn Thornton’s impending 15-game suspension, the Bruins possess a favorable year-end schedule to help get some points in these tough times.
Boston Bruins forward Loui Eriksson has been diagnosed with a concussion and is out indefinitely, general manager Peter Chiarelli announced on Thursday.
Boston Bruins forward Gregory Campbell spoke to the media on Tuesday for the first time since breaking his leg nearly two weeks ago.
Chris Kelly has been medically cleared and is expected to return to the Boston Bruins on Monday night when they host the Carolina Hurricanes at the TD Garden.
With David Krejci day-to-day, the Boston Bruins have recalled center Ryan Spooner from Providence.
If Sunday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins wasn’t enough, the Bruins may have also lost one of their front-line contributors.
Most of the Boston Bruins were back on the ice Monday morning, but forward Brad Marchand was not one of them.
Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg is hoping to return soon from a lower body injury, but he wants to play it smart with a condensed schedule.
The Boston Bruins got some good news on the Johnny Boychuk front, as his injury from Tuesday night does not seem to be as serious as it first appeared.