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Bergeron released from hospital, flying home with team

Jun 23, 2013, 10:29 AM EST

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There’s good news for the Bruins this morning.

The team announced forward Patrice Bergeron was released from a Chicago hospital last night and will be flying home with the team back to Boston today.

Bergeron left last night’s game against Chicago with an unknown injury and was taken to a hospital for observation. Coach Claude Julien last night said he was hopeful everything was fine with him and that he’d be able to play in Game 6 on Monday.

As for what his injury is, good luck figuring that out because the Bruins aren’t talking. Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos mentioned it could be his spleen, but TSN’s Bob McKenzie said no one has accurately reported what is wrong.

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