Report: Gregory Campbell done for season with broken leg
|06.06.13 at 2:32 am ET|
According to Joe McDonald of ESPN Boston, Bruins center Gregory Campbell is done for the season after breaking his leg blocking a shot from Evgeni Malkin in the second period of Boston’s Game 3 win over the Penguins.
With the Penguins on a power play, Campbell laid out to block Malkin’s slap shot. He appeared to get hit in the right leg and was slow to get up. Because the play was still going, Campbell slowly continued his shift, barely moving as he was in obvious pain. The Garden crowd took note and chanted his name both during the play and after he left the ice.
With Campbell out, the Bruins will look to the likes of Jordan Caron, Kaspars Daugavins, Jay Pandolfo or Carl Soderberg to take the now vacant spot in the lineup.
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