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By: Mark Allred Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277
The Boston Bruins announced before today’s game against the Edmonton Oilers at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts that forward Peter Cehlarik will miss the next four weeks with an injury sustained to his left leg during a game against Pittsburgh on Friday, November 24th. B’s General Manager Don Sweeney mentioned in the team official twitter account below that the 6′-2″ 203-pound forward will be reevaluated after he gives the injury more time to heal.
Bruins issue update on Peter Cehlarik: https://t.co/0Fqcwa5aRP
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) November 26, 2017
Cehlarik, a Zilina, Slovakia native was selected in the third round of the 2013 National Hockey League Entry Draft and had played in 16 career NHL games contributing 1-3-4 numbers. Spending a majority of his professional time with the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League he’s appeared in 55 games posting 23-21-44 numbers, and 20-18-38 of those numbers were accrued in his first year of North American hockey as an AHL rookie in 2016-17.
Below is a video courtesy of New England Sports Network and the Stanley Cup of Chowder Twitter account.
Hadn’t seen a ton of replays of it since Friday, but via NESN, here’s Cehlarik’s injury. pic.twitter.com/eeSyERjrFh
— StanleyCup ofChowder (@cupofchowdah) November 26, 2017