Bergeron suffered his fourth concussion of his career in the second period of the Bruins’ 3-2 win over Ottawa Tuesday night, when he slammed into the Senators Colin Greening. Bergeron was able to skate off the ice under his own power but he did not return to the game.
“I won’t have any further update until I have some significant information for you,” Chiarelli said when asked about a timetable for Bergeron’s return. “But long story short is he got hit in the back below the ear, and he said his neck is very sore. That’s as much as I know.”
Wednesday was the NHL trade deadline. The Bruins, who traded for winger Jaromir Jagr Tuesday, acquired defenseman Wayne Redden and forward Rob Flick.
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