Claude Julien Expects Johnny Boychuk to Make Speedy Recovery While Bruins defenseman Johnny Boychuk is expected to miss a month due to a broken forearm, head coach Claude Julien says if anyone can come back ahead of time — it's Boychuk.

Boychuk caught a slash across the left arm early in the game against the New York Rangers on Saturday night, and what he initially thought was just a minor injury, turned into something worse.

"I thought I just had a bruise or something like that on my wrist," Boychuk told reporters. "But we got X-rays and saw that there was something not right there."

Julien has high hopes for a speedy return on Boychuk's part, but in the meantime defenseman Adam McQuaid gets the call up from Providence to fill in. A three-year veteran in the Bruins' organization, McQuaid played 19 games with Boston last season, scoring one goal and registering 21 penalty minutes.

To hear all of the updates from Boychuk's injury, check out the video from NESN Daily below.