Marchand, Bjork to miss Bruins' next 2 games

The Boston Bruins will be without two of their top offensive weapons for at least the next two games, as Brad Marchand and Anders Bjork have been ruled out due to injury, head coach Bruce Cassidy announced Tuesday.

Both players were hurt in Saturday's loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs, and are not currently with the team in California for its three-game road trip.

Neither player's injury has been fully disclosed, but Cassidy said Monday that both Marchand and Bjork were "nicked up," according to Stephen Harris of the Boston Herald.

The duo stands to miss games against the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday and the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday.

Marchand, Bjork to miss Bruins' next 2 games
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