The Boston Bruins won their game last night against the Senators but it came with a cost. The Boston Bruins might have lost their best two-way forward Patrice Bergeron to a head injury. Bergeron was hit and simply dropped his stick and skated off of the ice.
Fluto Shinzawa, Globe Staff --- Bergeron was injured during a race for the puck with Colin Greening. When reaching for the puck, Greening clipped the left side of Bergeron’s head with his elbow. Bergeron dropped his stick, paused, then skated toward the bench.
Bergeron played only 9:06. He is the Bruins' best all-around forward and one of the three most important players on the team.
Obviously, Boston Bruins fans have concerns about Patrice Bergeron, because of his past concussion issues and hopefully this was just a precaution.