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CALGARY — The hits just keep coming for the Bruins.
The latest casualty is Dougie Hamilton, who will be out for 2-4 weeks with a lower-body injury, sustained in Sunday’s first period against the Maple Leafs. Hamilton came away from a hit testing his left leg, and left the game. He didn’t return, and was sent back to Boston for evaluation.
“Same thing as [Chris] Kelly for four-to-six, right?” said coach Claude Julien, referencing Kelly’s fractured fibula, which the Bruins announced on Sunday will cost him 4-6 weeks. “It’s just challenges that you have to go through as a team every year, and some years are worse than others. Every team has to go through these kind of things once in a while.’’