This morning, the Bruins announced some bad news.
Bergeron suffered a lower-body injury and is currently being evaluated on a day-to-day basis. He will not travel with the team to Columbus.— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) October 12, 2016
Bergeron is coming off a stellar performance at the World Cup of Hockey, where he helped lead Team Canada to a championship with seven points in six contests. The reigning team leader in points, the Bruins obviously hope that Bergeron's injury isn't serious and that he will be back in the lineup on Saturday night against Toronto. Tim Schaller has been recalled from Providence in the wake of Bergeron's absence from the lineup.
Bruins fans, however, aren't taking the news well:
Patrice Bergeron has a lower body injury and will not travel to Columbus. pic.twitter.com/mwCz4ermbN— Marina Molnar (@mkmolnar) October 12, 2016
In other injury news, the Bruins also announced that Adam McQuaid is day-to-day with an upper body injury and will not travel to Columbus. Kevan Miller underwent successful surgery to repair a broken left hand, and will be out of the lineup for six weeks.
Let's hope that everyone can get healthy and join the lineup soon.