BOSTON -- The Bruins snuck in some news ahead of the long weekend, though it's not the kind of news that Boston fans will want to hear. Brad Marchand had to undergo hip surgery on Friday, and will spend the next six months recovering.That means the Bruins will start the 2022-23 season without Marchand, who led the team with 80 points last season.Marchand underwent successful hip arthroscopy and labral repair on both hips, the Bruins announced Friday, with his recovery time expected to be six months. That would put his return to the Boston lineup at the end of December, barring any setbacks.Marchand was second on the Bruins with 32 goals (David Pastrnak led the way with 40) and dished out a team-high 48 assists in his 70 regular season games in 2021-22. He added four more goals and seven assists over Boston's seven playoff games, leading the team with 11 postseason points.
In an offseason already filled with uncertainty for the Boston Bruins, the team announced Friday that one of its most important players had undergone surgery on both of his hips. Brad Marchand had a successful hip arthroscopy and labral repair on both hips performed at the Hospital for Special Surgery...
The Boston Bruins could be without Brad Marchand for the first couple of months of the 2022-23 season. According to Frank Seravalli, Marchand underwent surgery on both of his hips on Friday. The expected recovery time is six months, so if all goes according to plan, Marchand would return to the Bruins in late November.
The Bruins already know that defenseman Matt Grzelcyk will have a delayed start to the 2022-23 season thanks to his offseason shoulder surgery. But Boston’s injury woes may extend beyond that — and in a huuuuge way — with the surprising word that top-line winger Brad Marchand may require a hip procedure.
The Boston Bruins announced that four-time All-Star Brad Marchand is expected to be out six months after undergoing hip surgery on Friday. Marchand, 34, underwent successful hip arthroscopy and labral repair on both hips, according to the release from the Bruins. The recovery timetable for Marchand means he'll likely miss...
Boston Bruins star Brad Marchand will be out approximately six months after hip surgeries, the team announced Friday. The Bruins said Marchand underwent successful arthroscopy and labral repair on both hips. The procedure was done by Dr. Bryan Kelly at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Marchand led...
Brad Marchand was likely to need surgery following the 2021-22 NHL season, and the Boston Bruins left wing underwent a successful procedure Friday. The Bruins announced Marchand underwent successful hip arthroscopy and labral repair on both hips. They added the procedure was done by Dr. Bryan Kelly at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, NY.
The Bruins will be without one of their star players for the start of the 2022-23 NHL season. Left winger Brad Marchand underwent arthroscopy and labral repair surgery on both hips, which will keep him out for the next six months, the Bruins announced Friday. The surgery was done by Dr. Bryan Kelly at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, the team added.
The Boston Bruins were due for a tricky offseason as it is, and now they have to deal with Brad Marchand recovering from procedures on both his hips.
The Boston Bruins will have to do without forward Brad Marchand at the start of the 2022-23 season as he takes time to recover from surgery. Marchand underwent successful hip arthroscopy and labral repair on both hips in New York on Friday, the team announced. The recovery time is expected to be around six months.
BOSTON — As the Boston Bruins await several decisions that will guide the future direction of the time, they have some clarity about one of their star players. The Bruins announced Friday that forward Brad Marchand underwent successful hip arthroscopy and labral repair on both hips. The team said...
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Bruins provide injury update, recovery timeline on Brad Marchand originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston. In an offseason already filled with uncertainty for the Boston Bruins, the team announced Friday that one of its most important players had undergone surgery on both of his hips. Brad Marchand had a successful...
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