The Bruins ended the Capitals season on Sunday, and while the Islanders and Penguins are deadlocked at two games a piece, it looks like the Bruins have some time off for at least a week. The time off can come in handy for players to rest up and heal from some injuries.

Kevan Miller:

Miller was taken out from a high hit from Dmitry Orlov in game four. Miller was taken straight to the dressing room after he got up off the ice. The good news is before game five Miller was released from the hospital.

“He’s doing fine, we will probably know more as the week goes along,” Bruins GM Don Sweeney said.

Sweeney added he’s still early in the recovery phase.

Ondrej Kase:

Kase was first sidelined during the second game of the season for concussion issues. He made his return on May 10th, but was sidelined again from what was first thought to be conditioning issues but later was found out that his health was not 100%.

“Ondrej has shut it down and will not be part of availability for us going forward in the playoffs,” Bruins GM Don Sweeney said.

Other Notes:

  • Bruins hope is Lauzon and Zboril will be ready for round two
  • Steve Kampfer had hand surgery, unavailable

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