Krug collected three assists in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals in a 6-2 win over Carolina on Sunday. Krug finished Sunday's contest with three secondary assists, two of which came on Boston power plays. Through 15 postseason contests, he has 11 points, 10 coming via the assist.
Krug finished Thursday's 4-1 Game 4 win over Columbus with two power-play assists. Both assists were of the secondary variety, giving Krug seven points in 11 playoff contests. In addition to his pair of helpers, the 28-year-old logged a team-high 7:24 of ice time with the man advantage.
Krug (undisclosed) will play in Monday night's road game against the Maple Leafs. Krug was forced out of Saturday's Game 2 win over Toronto after absorbing a hard check from Jake Muzzin that left him wobbly and dazed. Fortunately, the mobile blueliner recovered in short order and will be able to handle his usual duties Monday, which include quarterbacking the Bruins' power play.
Krug (undisclosed) was paired with Brandon Carlo during Monday's morning skate. Krug, who didn't return to Saturday's game against Toronto after leaving in the second period, thus appears in line to play Monday night, a probable outcome that should soon be confirmed, either way, by coach Bruce Cassidy.
Krug (undisclosed) did not return to Saturday's Game 2 after leaving in the second period following a hard hit by Toronto's Jake Muzzin. Krug had tried to stand, but he looked more like Bambi on ice than an NHL defender. He had only played in five games at the end of the season following his last concussion. Krug is a valuable part of the Boston blue line; his loss will be significant. Hopefully there is an update on his health Sunday.
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