Colby Cave, Oilers Player And Former Bruin, In Coma After Brain Bleed


Colby Cave is fighting for his life.

The Edmonton Oilers forward was placed in a medically induced coma Tuesday after suffering a brain bleed overnight, according to the team. Cave currently is being treated at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital.

Here’s the full update from the Oilers:

Cave, 25, joined the Oilers last season after beginning his professional career with the Boston Bruins, with whom he played in 23 games over parts of two campaigns. The Saskatchewan native played in 11 games for the Oilers this season.

We’ll update you on Cave’s condition as more information becomes available.

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