Crucial reports regarding Bruins abrasion operations released

Sara Amaya
May 26, 2024  (6:58)

Boston Bruins during the third period of an NHL game
Photo credit: The hockeynews

The Boston Bruins suffered some gnarly upper body injuries during their regular season on top of other injuries obtained during the Stanley Cup playoffs. The news regarding these injuries is noteworthy since the Bruins seemed to be targets for the Florida Panthers and Toronto Maple Leafs during the playoffs leaving the Bruins captain Brad Marchand unable to play for several games.

Other Bruins players had injuries that also caused them to miss a lot of the games during the season and playoffs. However, it has been confirmed that there will be no need for any vital surgeries and the other injuries sustained will be able to heal rapidly. The Boston Bruins should have a speedy recovery just in time to start training for the following season.
"Don Sweeney will be assessing his team throughout the summer and making decisions on what he would like to do going forward." – Bruins Insider: Ryan

The Team can now focus on making several decisions regarding wages for players such as their current goal tenders Jeremy Swayman and Linus Ullmark. It appears that with the rise of a new goal tending prospect by the name of Brandon Bussi wanting to break into the National Hockey League that the Bruins general manager Don Sweeney, will have an opportunity to trade Ullmark to another team if he so chooses to improve the teams' athletes.
With the NHL lottery nearing, the Bruins will have to focus on also replenishing assets in the center of the ice as well since this is the area that the team struggled with during the NHL playoffs. If the Bruins can manage this and train hard during the summer, it looks like they will have an overall physically fit team ready for the playoffs in the fall.

SOURCE: Bruins Insider-Major Injury News regarding surgeries to the bruins revealed
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