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Bruins' David Krejci: Lights lamp twice against Canes
Krejci scored two goals in Friday's 3-2 overtime win over the Hurricanes.
His two tallies in regulation brough the Bruins back from a 2-0 deficit, setting the stage for David Pastrnak to score the winner in OT. Krejci has been on fire lately, racking up six goals and eight points over the last five games -- an impressive surge considering he'd gone the prior nine games without lighting the lamp at all.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Continues goal-scoring surge
Krejci scored a momentum-turning tally during Monday's 5-3 victory over the host Lightning.
With the Lightning dominating play through the opening 10 minutes, Krejci released what appeared to be a harmless shot from the right face-off circle. Unscreened, goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy yielded a game-tying goal that appeared to turn the game around. The 36-year-old center's goal ignited the Bruins' run of five unanswered markers. Krejci, who went goalless during a nine-game span (Oct. 20-Nov. 13), has connected four times in three games.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Two goals long time coming
Krejci scored twice Thursday in a 4-1 win over Philadelphia.
He picked up a puck after a battle between Ivan Provorov and Pavel Zacha and tucked it past Carter Hart at close range at 10:04 of the final frame. Krejci scored on the power play just over six minutes later to seal the game at 4-1. He had struggled to find the scoresheet even before missing three games with an upper body injury suffered Oct. 27. Krejci's last goal was Oct. 18. Perhaps this performance helps get that elephant off his back.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Good to go Saturday
Krejci (upper body) will be back in the lineup Saturday against Toronto, ESPN's Kristen Shilton reports.
Krejci missed three games after he was injured Oct. 27 against Detroit. He is expected to replace Jakub Lauko in the lineup. Krejci has two goals and six assists in eight games this season.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: May return Saturday
Krejci (upper body) may return to the lineup Saturday, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Krejci will miss his third straight game Thursday as the Bruins are on the road to play the Rangers, but coach Jim Montgomery said the 36-year-old center could play in Toronto on Saturday. Krejci has two goals and six assists in eight games this campaign.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Lands on injured reserve
Krejci (upper body) has been designated for injured reserve, per the NHL media site Monday.
Krejci has already been ruled out versus the Penguins on Tuesday and is also a long shot to face the Rangers on Thursday. Still, the veteran center is traveling with the team and should jump right back into the lineup once cleared to play. Prior to his absence, the Czech had put together a strong start to the year with eight points in eight games, including four power-play points.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Still sidelined against Pens
Krejci (upper body) won't be in the lineup versus Pittsburgh on Tuesday but will travel with the team, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.
Krejci's presence on the trip could clear the way for him to suit up at some point during the next three games, though nothing has been officially confirmed. Prior to his absence, the veteran center was stuck in a four-game goal drought during which he recorded six shots and three assists. In his stead, Pavel Zacha will shift to a second-line center role.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Ruled out for Friday
Krejci (upper body) won't travel with the Bruins for Friday's game versus the Blue Jackets, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.
Krejci exited Thursday's contest with the injury, and he won't be with the Bruins as they begin a road trip. He could still join them on the road later. His next chance to play is Tuesday versus the Penguins.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Suffers upper-body injury
Krejci suffered an upper-body injury and won't return to Thursday's game against Detroit.
Krejci appeared to be hurt when he was hit by Detroit's Michael Rasmussen, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. Rasmussen was consequently charged with high-sticking at 8:30 of the second period as a result of the incident. Krejci logged just 6:53 of ice time before leaving the game. He's gotten off to an amazing start this season, scoring two goals and eight points in seven games prior to Thursday's contest.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Provides two helpers Saturday
Krejci collected two assists, one on the power play, in Saturday's 4-3 overtime win over the Wild.
After helping set up David Pastrnak in the first period, Krejci was in on Taylor Hall's game-winner with the man advantage with less than 11 seconds left in OT. Krejci is up to two goals and seven points through six games to begin the season, as the trio has shown tremendous chemistry together so far.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Makes triumphant return
Krejci registered three points to lead the Bruins past the Capitals 5-2 on Wednesday.
Krejci, who returned to the Bruins during the offseason, scored his first NHL goal in 531 days. The 36-year-old center also was credited with two assists. With 517 career helpers, Krejci moved past Wayne Cashman for fifth in team history. The 2004 second-round draft pick returned to provide the Bruins with forward depth after playing in Czechia last season.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Heading back to Beantown
Krejci signed a one-year, $1 million deal with the Bruins on Monday, Sportsnet reports.
Now 36, the long-time Bruin spent last season playing in his native Czechia, where he produced 46 points in 51 games with HC Olomouc in the Czech Extraliga. The entirety of Krejci's 962-game NHL career has been with the Bruins, who also signed Patrice Bergeron to a similar team-friendly (one year, $2.5 million) deal Monday. With the pair of signings, Boston's top two center slots should now be set -- though it wouldn't be surprising to see Krejci slip down the depth chart due to his age and time away from the NHL.... See More ... See Less
David Krejci: Won't return to NHL this year
Bruins GM Don Sweeney confirmed that Krejci, who recently completed his season with HC Olomouc, has decided to remain in his native Czech Republic rather than pursue a return to the NHL at this time, Elaine Cavalieri and Eric Russo of the team's official site report.
Per Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com, there had been some speculation that the 35-year-old center might return to North America to catch on with a team in advance of the Stanley Cup playoffs, but that won't happen. However, Haggerty suggests that if Krejci -- who logged 20 goals and 46 points In 51 games with HC Olomouc -- does consider a return to the NHL next season, the Bruins are thought to be the only team he'd be amenable to joining.... See More ... See Less
David Krejci: Plans to play full season in Czech Republic
Krejci intends to play in the Czech Republic for the entirety of the coming season with HC Olomouc, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports.
Krejci also noted that at this stage he has no plans regarding a potential return to the Bruins, while making it clear that he intends to fulfill the terms of his one-year contract and a play a full campaign in the Czech Repulbic's Extraliga. It remains to be seen what the next step in the 35-year-old's career will be once he completes his current deal, but for now Charlie Coyle is the favorite to claim Boston's No. 2 center spot (previously held by Krejci) between Taylor Hall and Craig Smith.... See More ... See Less
David Krejci: Returning home
Krejci announced Friday that he would head back to his native Czech Republic to play, ending his NHL career.
Krejci was selected by the Bruins in the second round of the 2004 NHL Draft and went on to play in 962 regular-season games for the club over his 15-year NHL career in which he tallied 215 goals and 515 assists. The 35-year-old center logged another 156 playoff contests, lifting Lord Stanley's Cup in 2011. Krejci didn't say where in the Czech Republic he might play, though he did suit up for Pardubice HC during the 2012-13 lockout.... See More ... See Less
Bruins' David Krejci: Continues to mull options
GM Don Sweeney relays that discussions between Krejci and the Bruins are ongoing, Eric Russo of the team's official site reports.
The veteran center continues to contemplate his future as he approaches free agency, but Krejci is a player the Bruins would like to retain, under the right contract parameters. Per Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald, the 35-year-old has indicated that he's narrowed his choices to staying with the franchise that drafted him in 2004 or finishing his career in the Czech Republic, where he's from. If Krejci ends up re-signing with the Bruins, he'd be in line to remain the team's No. 2 center and would presumably benefit from playing with talented winger Taylor Hall -- who's expected to re-up with Boston -- in 2021-22.... See More ... See Less
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