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.
Krejci (maintenance) returned to practice Monday.
Krejci was given a maintenance day Sunday, but he's in no danger of missing next Monday's opening game of the Stanley Cup Finals. The veteran playmaker has enjoyed a solid postseason to date, logging four goals and 14 points (third on the team) in 17 games while manning the middle of the Bruins' second line.
Krejci missed Sunday's practice, Amalie Benjamin of NHL.com reports.
According to head coach Bruce Cassidy, Krejci is not big on practice and was given a maintenance day Sunday. He'll be fine for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, scheduled for May 27.
Krejci posted a goal and an assist in a 3-0 victory against the Blue Jackets in Game 6 of the second round Monday.
The veteran opened the scoring about midway through the second period, and then picked up an assist on David Backes' goal to put the Bruins ahead by three in the third. With this win, Boston is headed back to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 2013. Krejci has four goals and 10 points with 20 shots on net in 13 playoff games this spring.
Krejci (upper body) set up a goal in a 3-2, double-overtime loss to Columbus on Saturday in Game 2. The series is now tied 1-1.
Krejci was a hurting unit late in Game 1 and missed the overtime. He seemed fine Saturday, but it was a rough and tough game -- that's never great when you're hurting. Krejci played 21:28 in the contest and finished minus-1 with no shots or hits. He has an extra day to rest -- Game 3 isn't scheduled until Tuesday.
Krejci (upper body) is in the lineup for Game 2 against the Blue Jackets on Saturday, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Questions arose about Krejci's availability for this one after he sat out the overtime portion of Boston's Game 1 win, but the veteran center will indeed suit up for Game 2. While he has five points in eight games this postseason, Krejci is still searching for his first multi-point performance and has put only four pucks on net in his last five games.
Krejci (upper body) is considered a game-time decision for Saturday's Game 2 against the Blue Jackets.
Krejci centered Jake DeBrusk and Danton Heinen during morning skate, which bodes well for his chances of suiting up for the contest after missing the overtime session of Game 1. However, official word on his status may not arrive until the Bruins take the ice for pregame warmups.
Krejci is dealing with an upper-body injury, Tommy McArdle of the Boston Globe reports.
Fortunately, Krejci -- who was unavailable for the overtime stanza in a Game 1 win over the Blue Jackets -- has avoided a concussion, but we probably won't learn about the exact nature of the top-six center's injury until the Bruins wrap up the postseason. The B's are getting set for Game 2 on Saturday, and Krejci's status should be updated ahead of the 8:00 p.m. ET puck drop.
Krejci is considered day-to-day after exiting Thursday's 3-2 overtime Game 1 victory over the Blue Jackets in the third period with an undisclosed injury, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
The good news is Krejci isn't in concussion protocol, but at this point there's still no telling if he'll be available for Saturday's Game 2 in Boston. More information regarding his status for that contest will undoubtedly surface in the coming days.
Krejci (undisclosed) didn't take the ice for overtime during Thursday's 3-2 win over the Blue Jackets, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Krejci took a huge hit from Columbus' Riley Nash late in the third frame of Thursday's contest and wasn't on the bench for the start of the overtime period. The Bruins were able to pull off the Game 1 victory in extra time without Krejci's help, but it appears as though they may be without a key piece of their offense for Saturday's Game 2.
Krejci brushed twine on a one-timer in the waning moments of Game 5 on Friday, but the Bruins still lost to the Maple Leafs, 2-1.
With 43 seconds left in the contest and the Boston net unoccupied, David Pastrnak threaded a perfect cross-ice pass to Krejci to prevent the B's from getting shut out. It was the 90th career playoff point for the Czech center, who has been involved in a whopping 10 Stanley Cup playoff runs with the Bruins -- including 2011 when he was able to lift Lord Stanley's Chalice in triumph.
Krejci scored his first goal of the playoffs in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Maple Leafs.
The veteran finished with four shots on goal, converting on one of those attempts. Krejci will now look to build off this performance, as Boston will need a big performance from the 32-year-old in Game 4 if its to avoid being pushed to the brink of elimination.
Krejci scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Lightning.
It was a big game for the pivot, who tied his career mark in points (73) set a decade ago. And the goal was Krejci's 20th, a mark he has hit just four times in his career. Oh yeah -- it was also his third straight two-point game and fourth in his last five. Krejci is hot at just the right time, as the Bruins face the Maple Leafs in the first round next week.
Krejci (rest) will rejoin the lineup for Saturday's game against the Lightning.
Krejci will reenter the lineup after taking a night off Thursday for rest purposes, needing two points to tie a career-high mark set back in 2008-09. He will center the top line and is slated to be flanked by Jake DeBrusk and David Pastrnak in the regular-season finale.
Krejci will not play Thursday night against the Wild.
Krejci is among a handful of regulars the team will rest Thursday, with the playoffs around the corner. The playmaking pivot has performed well this season, en route to recording 19 goals and 71 points in 80 games. He'll look to keep the momentum going in the postseason, a context in which the 32-year-old has often played some of his best hockey.
Krejci collected two assists during Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Blue Jackets.
He now has multi-assist games in three of his last four and is only two points away from tying his career high of 73. With Jake DeBrusk's growing consistency and the addition of Karson Kuhlman on Krejci's right wing, the second line has become a legitimate scoring threat behind the Bruins' dominant first unit.
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