Less than three months after having surgery on his broken right leg, Bruins center Gregory Campbell was on the ice on Thursday.
The last thing Gregory Campbell ever seems to seek is the spotlight.
Even a couple of months removed, Gregory Campbell’s actions stand as an example of what it takes to be a member of the Bruins.
Boston Bruins forward Gregory Campbell spoke to the media on Tuesday for the first time since breaking his leg nearly two weeks ago.
With the Bruins home for Games 3 and 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, they have been reunited with injured forward Gregory Campbell.
Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss the sweep of the Penguins, the injury to Gregory Campbell, the Chicago Blackhawks and Tuukka Rask.
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The debate surrounding who should take the vacant roster spot left by Gregory Campbell appears to have ended at Friday’s morning skate.
Gregory Campbell’s injury probably means the splitting of Chris Kelly and Rich Peverley as linemates and the shift of Peverley from wing to his natural position of center. And this change could be coming at just the right time for Peverley.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Thursday, June 6.