Bruins forward Tyler Seguin recently underwent successful surgery to repair a torn tendon in the middle finger of his left hand, he told the Boston Bruins’ official Web site.
Seguin said the injury occurred in March when the Bruins were playing in Florida.
Seguin said he just got his cast off after two weeks of wearing it. He is still in a splint. He noted that doctors told him the full recovery process will take 10 weeks and he’s still several weeks away from being able to lift weights.
Here’s the full Boston Bruins TV video interview with the team’s John Bishop: