Bruins Reveal Huge List Of Playoff Injuries.

Published May 9, 2018 at 2:08 PM

The Boston Bruins are a tough bunch, there's no denying it.

The team reached new levels of toughness when all their injuries were revealed on Wednesday, and there was no shortage of them. 

Zdeno Chara:

  Suffered fractured right index finger in Game 2 against Toronto. Six weeks to heal, hoping for no surgery. Played last eight weeks with an unspecified shoulder injury which could require surgery. 

Brad Marchand:

  Played last 4 games with a groin injury.

Torey Krug: 

 Fractured left ankle, will be in a walking boot next couple of months. 

Jake DeBrusk: 

 Played entire playoffs with a sprained AC joint in his shoulder. Is hoping to avoid surgery. 

Tuukka Rask: 

 Nasty bursa sack on his left ankle. Said it was the size of two golf balls during playoffs. Will need to be drained sometime soon. 

David Backes: 

 Concussion suffered as a result of hit by J.T. Miller. Says he's not feeling really good at the moment and hopes it clears up during the summer.

Riley Nash: 

 Concussion and stitches following shot off the head at end of season. Also has a hip injury which he hopes he can avoid surgery for. 

Patrice Bergeron:  

 Lingering groin injury throughout the season, may require surgery if it doesn't get better. Also dealt with concussion like symptons and nasty cold during Leafs series which forced him to miss a game. 

Noel Acciari:

 Will have surgery for his injured groin. 
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