Bergeron (lower-body) will not play on Thursday; expected to practice on Friday.
Everything remains pretty quiet on the Bergeron injury front, but head coach Bruce Cassidy is hopeful he'll be back at practice on Friday. If that's the case, it would open the door for a possible return to the lineup Saturday vs. the Avalanche.
Bergeron (lower-body) will miss at least two games.
Bergeron's lower-body issue continues to linger and will cost him at least two more games. The injury didn't seem to slow him down at all, as he picked up five assists and seven shots in two games since returning from a two-game absence. David Krejci will be back on the top line and Charlie Coyle will be back on PP1 with Bergeron out.
Bergeron (lower-body) is expected to play on Thursday.
Bergeron has missed the last two games but is expected to play vs. the Sabres. Bergeron will likely replace Brett Ritchie, who is dealing with an infection and comes in with six goals and five assists (11 points) in his last nine games.
Bergeron is not on the ice for warmups; will not play in New Jersey.
Bergeron (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
The Bruins said that Bergeron's injury is minor but they are holding him out to make sure it doesn't linger. Bergeron will travel to New Jersey for Tuesday's game but whether or not he plays remains unclear.
Bergeron (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Bergeron is day-to-day with a lower-body injury. Head coach Bruce Cassidy said they don't want the injury to linger so they'll take him out immediately. Paul Carey was called up from Providence (AHL) and will replace Bergeron in the lineup.
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Bergeron (lower-body) will travel to Toronto for Saturday's game.
Bergeron played 21:25 TOI in the Bruins shootout loss to the Lightning on Thursday, so he must have played through a lower-body issue. The Bruins No.1 centre will accompany the team to Toronto and anticipates playing against the Maple Leafs. He has had a terrific start to the season, scoring two goals with five assists (seven points) in seven games.
Bergeron (ribs) will be back in the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
Bergeron has been out since November 16th but will draw back into the lineup Saturday afternoon vs. the Predators. Bergeron’s return will shuffle the Bruins’ top-6 a bit and Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson will be a healthy scratch. Bergeron has nine goals and 17 assists (26 points) in 19 games this season.
Bergeron (ribs) is expected to return to the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
Bergeron has been out since November 16th but he could return Saturday vs. the Predators. Bergeron, who had 26 points (9G / 17A) in 19 games before getting hurt, centred the top line with Brad Marchand and Danton Heinen on his wings in Friday’s practice.
Bergeron (rib) will be a game-time decision for Saturday's game against the Predators.
Bergeron (rib and sternoclavicular) returned to practice on Wednesday.
Bergeron sustained a rib and sternoclavicular injury; will be re-evaluated in four weeks.
Bergeron was hurt in Dallas on Friday night and expected to miss at least one month. Bergeron will be re-evaluated in mid-December, so David Krejci is expected to get an extended look on the Bruins’ top-line. Ryan Donato is a candidate to be recalled to help with forward depth while Bergeron is out.
Bergeron (upper-body) has returned to Boston to be evaluated.
Bergeron was originally listed as a game-time decision after sustaining an upper-body injury on Friday night. Returning to Boston suggests that he is going to miss some time, but expect a detailed update early next week.
Bergeron (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Bergeron was nicked up in the Bruins loss in Dallas on Friday and will be a game-time call in Arizona tonight. Bergeron has had injury troubles in the past, but it doesn’t sound like this is overly serious.
Bergeron (back) is expected to be ready for the Bruins season opener.
Bergeron got rid of his non-contact jersey during Monday’s practice and centred the top line with Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak on his wings. After the session, head coach Bruce Cassidy said he “anticipates [Bergeron] will be good to go for Wednesday.” Bergeron missed 18 games last season, but was on-pace for a career-high in goals (38) and points (80). A healthy season on a dominant Bruins’ top line could make Bergeron a point-per-game player in 2019.
Bergeron (foot) will “most likely” play on Sunday.
Bergeron has been out since February 25th but it looks like he’ll be back on the top line and top power-play tonight in Minnesota. Bergeron has been great this season, scoring 27 goals with 27 assists (54 points) in 55 games. Bergeron has a few weeks left to try and record his fourth career 30-30 season.
Bergeron (foot) will miss at least two more games.
Bergeron has been out since February 25th and will miss at least two more games with a fractured right foot. Monitor Bergeron’s status heading into Friday’s game in Dallas.
Bergeron will miss at least two weeks with a fractured right foot.
Bergeron was hurt in Toronto on Saturday but ended up playing 17:59 TOI in Sunday’s game in Buffalo. It seems like he may have played through the fractured foot and it was discovered this week. Bergeron will miss at least two weeks and will be re-evaluated after that. Riley Nash will take his place on the top line tonight and David Backes will take his spot on the top power-play.
Bergeron (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play on Sunday.
Bergeron (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Sunday.
Bergeron was seen wearing a walking book on his right leg following Saturday’s loss to the Maple Leafs. A walking boot can often indicate a lengthy injury absence, but the fact that he is considered a game-time decision suggests that he may not be out as long as originally feared.