Bruins prospect Lauzon in stable condition after being cut in neck
Boston Bruins draft pick Jeremy Lauzon was cut in the neck during a QMJHL game Friday night.
Lauzon was conscious and in stable condition in hospital, the Huskies announced.
The 18-year-old's representatives confirmed that he sustained a neck laceration. He's out of danger, but is still undergoing surgery Friday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.
Lauzon was selected 52nd overall by the Bruins in 2015.
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