Bruins Rookie Justin Brazeau Injured, Status Update Awaited

Bruins coach, Jim Montgomery, provided a limited update on the injured rookie, Justin Brazeau, following the recent game against Nashville. Brazeau, a fourth-line forward, left the game with an upper-body injury, leaving fans and the team eager for more information on his status.

Montgomery stated, ‘We’ll have more in the coming days, lengths and stuff. We don’t really have much more right now,’ indicating that the team is awaiting further details on Brazeau’s condition.

As the Bruins head to Raleigh for their upcoming game against Carolina, there is anticipation for an update on Brazeau’s injury. With the team not practicing on Wednesday, the earliest likelihood of an update is during the morning skate on Thursday.

The 6-foot-5, 220-pound forward has been a significant asset to the Bruins since being called up as an undrafted free agent on Feb. 19. With five goals and two assists in 18 games, Brazeau has made a strong impression, particularly on the fourth line and power play.

With six regular-season games remaining, the Bruins and their fans are hoping for a positive update on Brazeau’s injury, as his presence on the ice has been influential in the team’s recent performances.

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