Torey Krug‘s 2017 training camp is officially over.
The Bruins defenseman suffered a non-displaced fracture in his jaw after taking a puck to the face in Tuesday’s preseason game against the Red Wings.
General Manager Don Sweeney expects Krug to be re-evaluated in three weeks, which means he could miss Boston’s regular-season opener against Nashville on Oct. 5.
Losing Krug for any regular season games would be huge for the Bruins, as he had eight goals and 51 points in 81 games last season.
In other injury news, the Bruins also announced that forward Matt Beleskey (foot contusion) is day-to-day. He was hurt in Boston’s preseason opener against Montreal on Monday.
Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson (upper body) is also day-to-day. He was injured against the Red Wings, too.