Bruins’ Loui Eriksson sits for second straight game

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Bruins forward Loui Eriksson sat out his second straight game, Saturday night’s 4-3 loss to the Devils, because of the concussion he sustained against Buffalo Wednesday.

It is unknown how much more time Eriksson will miss.

“Loui’s doing OK, I guess, for a guy who suffered a concussion,” said coach Claude Julien. “It’s the same thing. You have a good day. You have less of a good day. It’s early on. But like always, you keep your fingers crossed that it’s going to get better sooner than later for his sake.”

Because of Eriksson’s injury, Brad Marchand played on Patrice Bergeron’s right side for the second straight game. Reilly Smith remained on the line as Bergeron’s left wing.

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