Krejci managed an assist and two shots in Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Blues in Game 7. Krejci went scoreless over the first five games of the Stanley Cup Finals before producing an assist in each of the last two games. The center ends the playoffs with four goals and 16 points in 24 contests.
Krejci recorded an assist in Sunday's 5-1 win over the Blues in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals. It's his first point of the series and 15th point in 23 games. Krejci has contributed 25 hits and 30 shots in addition to the 15 points.
Krejci (illness) returned to practice Sunday, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports. Krejci had missed Thursday's scrimmage and Saturday's practice with a fever. It would appear that the 33-year-old will slot into his regular spot in the lineup for Monday's Game 1 matchup with the Blues.
According to coach Bruce Cassidy, Krejci (illness) is expected to return to practice Sunday. Krejci missed practice Saturday after sitting out Thursday's intrasquad scrimmage due to an illness, but it doesn't sound like he's currently in any danger of missing Monday's Game 1 against St. Louis. Another update on the veteran pivot's status should surface following Sunday's on-ice session.
Krejci (illness) didn't participate in Boston's open scrimmage Thursday, Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports. Krejci was present for the scrimmage at first, but was sent home with a fever. This likely won't affect his status for Game 1 of Boston's Stanley Cup Finals matchup with the Blues on Monday -- the 33-year-old even took a maintenance day Sunday. Boston won't practice Friday, but will get back to work Saturday and Sunday. Matt Vatour of MassLive.com reported that Krejci is expected to practice Saturday, so more information should surface then.
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