Brandon Carlo Update: Latest Injury Not Concussion-Related

Carlo had just returned from a concussion

by

April 3, 2021

Injuries have given Brandon Carlo a tough time this season, but fortunately his latest ailment is not concussion-related.

Carlo missed most of March after a hit to the head from Tom Wilson on March 5. The Boston Bruins defenseman indicated that it was, in fact, a concussion, and he returned to action this past Tuesday.

But in the Bruins’ game Thursday, Carlo left in the first period due to an upper-body injury, and now he is considered week-to-week.

And while it’s unclear what Carlo’s ailment is, Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy said it is not a head injury.

“This is a new injury,” Cassidy said after Saturday’s 7-5 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. “He was feeling good (last week), just got hit in an awkward spot. So this is definitely a new injury. Upper-body, below the neck.”

That’s obviously promising, as Carlo has sustained head injuries in March of 2021 and March of 2020.

Boston Red Sox pitcher Tanner Houck
Previous Article

Tanner Houck’s Mom Finally Scored One Of His Red Sox Starts In Person

NCAA Tournament
Next Article

Gonzaga Vs. UCLA Live Stream: Watch Final Four Game Online, On TV

Picked For You