It’s impossible to get through the playoffs without some injuries. The Bruins were battered and bruised almost to beyond recognition in the Stanley Cup Finals. And when guys like Krejci and Marchand go missing for two rounds, people start wondering if it’s injury related.
Busted finger from the Olympics… and playing way too many minutes during the regular season. Does that second bit count as an injury?
Anyways, he says it doesn’t need surgery and he doesn’t want to use it as an excuse for why they loss.
Herniated Disc. Hadn’t played since early-April.
David Krejci and Brad Marchand
Marchand & Krejci: No injuries other than those snake bites
— Matt Kalman (@TheBruinsBlog) May 16, 2014
That’s kinda scary to read actually. They both played like ass, were ghosts, and can’t even write it off as injury-related. Yikes.
Like they say:
As Krejci goes, so goes the Bruins…
Broken foot that occurred in Game 1 of the playoffs for the Providence Bruins. Suck on that, Gregory Campbell.
Professional AHL-level talent
So Caron was replaced in lineup by a player w/ no NHL playoff experience that Bruins knew had a broken foot. Sums up his career in Boston.
— Jesse Connolly (@jtchockey) May 16, 2014
His knee, obviously, though he told reporters he would be able to play Game 1 or Game 2 of the ECF had the Bruins won.
Who the fuck is Adam McQuaid?
Jammed his arm/wrist in Game 7. Getting an MRI on it.
That’s it for the moment.