Jim Montgomery

Bruins Lose Key Player For The Rest Of The Season Following Statement

Published February 9, 2024 at 0:09
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The Boston Bruins have delivered disappointing news to their fans regarding forward Matthew Poitras's availability for the remainder of the 2023-24 season.

Poitras recently underwent a surgical procedure known as right shoulder open stabilization, sidelining him for at least the next five months.

The announcement, made via the Bruins' official Twitter account, came shortly after Bruins Medical Director Dr. Peter Asnis confirmed the procedure's success and provided details on Poitras's expected recovery time.




General Manager Don Sweeney expressed regret over Poitras's absence, emphasizing the team's support for his decision to prioritize his health.

Despite the setback, the team remains optimistic about Poitras's future and wishes him a swift recovery for a strong return next season.
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