David Krejci

#46 C / Boston Bruins / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 188 lb Age: 29 College: None

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Bruins' David Krejci: Notches two helpers Thursday

      Krejci notched two assists in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Wild. Krejci, who recorded six shots in 21:20 worth of ice time Thursday, checks in with eight goals and 22 points in 18 games to date, a pace that puts the talented playmaker on a pace to set career-scoring marks this season, provided he can avoid any significant injuries as the season rolls along.

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      Bruins' David Krejci: Reaches 300 career assists Friday

      Krejci has at least one point in every game this season, with his assist in Friday night's win over the Panthers extending the streak to nine games and giving him 300 career helpers. Krejci is currently second in the league with 15 points after just nine games. He's a dual threat in the sense that he can find the back of the net and set up scores all the same. Krejci owners should be excited about the fact that 46.7 percent of his points have taken place on the man advantage as he's been averaging 3:44 TOI in those situations. Enjoy the ride.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Bruins' David Krejci: Notches another two goals

      Krejci scored a pair of goals in 19:15 worth of ice time in Tuesday's 6-0 win over the Coyotes. Through eight games, Krejci has recored seven goals and 14 points overall, which puts him just one point behind Jamie Benn (who has played nine games to date) in the NHL scoring race. Improved health has led to Krejci's strong start and it's especially notable that at this early stage of the campaign, he has already matched his 2014-15 goal-scoring total. Last season, when Krejci was slowed by injuries, he ended up with just seven tallies in 47 games.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Bruins' David Krejci: Stays red hot with three-point night

      Krejci stayed red hot Saturday, scoring his fourth goal of the season, dishing out two assists and firing six shots on goal in a win over Arizona. What a start to the season for the 29-year-old, who is tied for the league-lead with nine points in five games. Krejci has now scored in three straight games and has already tallied more power-play goals (two) than he had all of last season (one). After injuries derailed Krejci's season 2014-15, the Czech playmaker is back on track this year and appears destined for a big comeback season. Keep him rolling.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Bruins' David Krejci heating up with points in third straight game

      Bruins forward David Krejci scored a goal and added two helpers in a 6-3 loss to the Lightning on Monday. That's five points in the first three games of the season for Krejci, who was limited to just 31 points in 47 contests last year due to injury. Unfortunately for the Bruins, they've taken losses in all three games thus far, but if the 29-year-old Czech can continue to get on the scoresheet -- and stay healthy -- they should be fine.

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      Boston Bruins' David Krejci Collects first goal on Opening Night

      Krejci kicked off the scoring on Opening Night against Winnipeg with a first-period goal. He finished minus-1 with three shots and a pair of hits. After an injury-shortened 2014-15, Krejci's out to reestablish himself as one of the league's top point-getters this year, and he certainly got off to a good start. The Czech center turned a puck over right in front of the net, then backhanded it past Ondrej Pavelec. Krejci also led all Boston forwards in ice time with 18:42 -- an interesting development, as his primary linemates, Matt Beleskey and David Pastrnak, skated just 13:53 and 14:35, respectively, while ostensible top-line center Patrice Bergeron skated 15:47.

    • Bruins' Krejci Healthy Again

      News: David Krejci indicated that he is 100 percent healthy in advance of the coming season, csnne.com reports.
      Analysis: Per the report, David Krejci, who missed 35 games last season with hip, groin and knee issues, was able to work out all summer "without a setback." On the heels of a 2014-15 campaign in which he was limited to seven goals and 31 points in 47 games, Krejci is "shooting for 82 games" this season. In any case, a bounce-back should be in order for the playmaking center, who will now be working with new linemates (possibly Matt Beleskey and David Pastrnak) following the Bruins' offseason trade of Milan Lucic.
    • Bruins' Krejci Part Of Team's Line Shuffling

      News: David Krejci centered a line with Milan Lucic and David Pastrnak at Tuesday's practice.
      Analysis: While the Bruins' lines for Wednesday's game against the Caps are hardly set in stone, if Tuesday's trios stay intact, look for Patrice Bergeron to center Brad Marchand and Loui Eriksson, with Ryan Spooner on track to center the team's third line and Carl Soderberg set to man the middle on the team's fourth unit. A line featuring the crafty David Krejci, the bruising Lucic and the promising Pastrnak certainly brings some fantasy upside to the table, with the return of Brett Connolly (who worked on the third line Tuesday) giving the B's added depth and flexibility up front for the stretch run.
    • Bruins' Krejci Records Helper Saturday

      News: David Krejci recorded an assist in 19:02 worth of ice time in Saturday's 2-1 shootout win over the Leafs.
      Analysis: While David Krejci figures to move back to center at some point, he's been working on the right wing with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand of late, a trio with some scoring upside as long as it remains intact. Prior to Saturday's assist, Krejci had gone four games without notching a point.
    • Bruins' Krejci Works As A Winger

      News: During Saturday's morning skate in advance of the team's evening game against Toronto, David Krejci worked on the right wing, on a trio centered by Patrice Bergeron, with Brad Marchand manning the left wing.
      Analysis: At some point, look for David Krejci to settle back in as a center, but for now, coach Claude Julien is doing some mixing and matching with the B's lines, as the team works Brett Connolly (who made his Bruins debut on Thursday) into the forward mix. After notching two helpers in his return to action on March 26 following a 15-game absence, Krejci has not scored a point over his last four games, but given his skill-set, we'd expect his production to pick up down the stretch run.
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