Loui Eriksson Reflects On Rough First Season With Bruins

Posted: August 12, 2014 in Uncategorized

CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) – It must’ve felt like a cool breeze on a hot August day in Middleton on Monday.

Bruins forward Loui Eriksson and a few of his teammates came out of summer hibernation to support former teammate Shawn Thornton at his Putts and Punches golf tournament. In a meeting with the media, Eriksson reflected on his 2013-14 season with refreshing honesty instead of the typical baloney that comes from athletes coming off a rough season.

“I thought it would be easier to adjust to a different system with everything, but it took some time,” said Eriksson, who suffered two concussions and finished his first regular season with the Bruins with 10-27-37 totals in 61 games. “It was definitely hard. It wasn’t easy to [have] those concussions too. I thought after the Olympics I felt better, I learned the system a little bit better, even the playoffs felt really good…

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