Bruins left winger Sean Kuraly will miss the remainder of the regular season after suffering a right hand fracture on Thursday against the New Jersey Devils.
Kuraly blocked a shot right which led straight to a goal from Danton Heinen, making for one very painful assist. Watch:
Dr, Matt Leibman performed successful surgery on Kuraly's hand, who's expected to miss approximately four weeks.
Karson Kuhlman was recalled by the Bruins prior to their game last night against the Florida Panthers to replace Kuraly's spot on the roster.
In 71 games this season, Kuraly has set career-highs in goals (eight), assists (13), points (21), and a plus-6 rating; his 134 shots also tied his career-high from last season.