A scary incident took place during the QMJHL playoffs on Friday night, when Rouyn-Noranda Huskies defenseman (Bruins prospect) Jeremy Lauzon suffered a neck laceration against the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada.
Lauzon got tangled up behind the net when an opponent’s skate caught him in the neck.
To watch the incident, click here.
Lauzon underwent surgery on Friday night and thankfully, he’s “out of danger” according to TSN hockey insider Bob McKenzie.
The 18-year-old was discharged from hospital this morning, per a team release (in French).
Here’s a translated version of the release:
After the incident that occurred in Friday night’s game between the Huskies and the Armada, Jeremy Lauzon was discharged from the hospital this morning.
He was cut in the throat by a skate during Friday’s game. He was immediately transported to hospital so that he could have surgery.
Jeremy Lauzon, the team doctor, Dr. Michel Parayre and the organization will meet the media Monday morning at 11:00 a.m. to answer questions and to give more details about Jeremy’s rehab.
Lauzon was Boston’s second round draft pick, 52nd overall, in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.