Krejci collected two assists and one shot on goal in Wednesday's 6-2 loss to the Islanders in Game 6. He also had a minus-3 rating.
Krejci set up both of Brad Marchand's power-play tallies, which represented the extent of Boston's offense in the series finale. The 35-year-old Krejci produced two goals and seven helpers in 11 postseason contests, generating 32 shots on goal.
Krejci scored a goal on two shots and added three hits Monday in a 5-4 loss to the Islanders in Game 5.
Krejci brought the Bruins to within 5-4 with 5:17 left in the third period, tucking home a Mike Reilly rebound on his backhand. It was Krejci's second straight game with a goal after going his first eight playoff tilts without one.
Krejci scored a power-play goal on three shots and added two PIM in Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Islanders in Game 4.
The tally was upheld upon the Islanders' challenge for goaltender interference. Krejci has picked up a goal and five assists through nine playoff contests. The veteran center has added 29 shots on net and a plus-4 rating from his usual second-line spot.
Krejci recorded three assists, four shots on goal and a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Islanders in Game 1.
In just one game versus the Islanders, Krejci surpassed his output from five contests versus the Capitals. The big showing Saturday gives Krejci five assists, a plus-4 rating, 15 shots on net and seven blocked shots through six playoff outings. The second-line center will be counted on for depth scoring when the Bruins' top line is off the ice.
Krejci (rest) will not play in Tuesday's regular-season finale against the Capitals, per coach Bruce Cassidy, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
Krejci will be among the 16 regulars being rested by the Bruins with the playoffs around the corner. He'll wrap up the season with eight goals and 36 assists in 51 appearances, buoyed by a strong finish that included 21 points in his final 16 games.
Krejci notched three assists, one on the power play, in Monday's 3-2 overtime win over the Islanders.
The veteran center continues to pile up helpers with Taylor Hall as his wingman. In 16 games since the trade that brought Hall to Boston, Krejci has six goals and 21 points, accounting for nearly half his production on the season -- overall, he has eight goals and 44 points through 51 contests.
Krejci dished out two assists in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Rangers.
Krejci struggled to elevate the talent on Boston's second line earlier in the season, but that all changed when the Bruins brought in Taylor Hall at the trade deadline. With Hall drawing defensive attention away from Krejci and also taking some of the playmaking burden off the Czech center's shoulder, Krejci has excelled down the stretch, notching 17 points in 14 games since Hall's arrival.
Krejci notched three assists, one on the power play, in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Sabres.
The Bruins' second line piled up eight points in total on the afternoon, with Krejci helping to set up every tally in Smith's hat trick. Krejci has been on a tear since Taylor Hall arrived in Boston, racking up six goals and 14 points over the last 11 games, and on the season the 35-year-old is up to eight goals and 37 points through 46 contests.
Krejci scored a power-play goal and added an assist in a 5-2 win over Buffalo on Thursday. He also had two shots and two PIM.
Krejci hammered a one-timer with the man advantage to give the Bruins a 2-1 lead with one second left in the first period, then he made a highlight-reel play in the final frame to set up Taylor Hall's insurance tally. Krejci has really turned it on since mid-April, accumulating six goals and five assists with a plus-9 rating over his last 10 outings.
Krejci scored a goal on four shots and added an assist to go with two hits in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Penguins.
Krejci's late-season resurgence continued when he broke a scoreless tie with 1:50 left in the second period, walking around a Pittsburgh defenseman and driving a backhander past netminder Tristan Jarry. He also drew an assist on Taylor Hall's insurance goal in the third period. Krejci has hit the scoresheet in seven of his last nine games, picking up five goals and four assists during that stretch.
Krejci scored a goal on four shots in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Sabres.
Krejci put a bow on Boston's blowout win with just under two minutes left in the third period, knocking home a rebound off the post for his sixth goal of the year. Four of those tallies have come in the last six games and five of the six have come during the month of April. A productive Krejci can be a difference-maker for Boston down the stretch centering the second line between Taylor Hall and Craig Smith.
Krejci tallied a pair of goals on his only two shots in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Capitals.
After scoring just twice in his first 35 tilts of the season, Krejci has suddenly come alive with three goals (and two assists) during a four-game point streak. He's worth a late-season pick-up if he had been cut loose in your league.
Krejci produced a goal to complement a plus-2 rating in Tuesday's 3-2 shootout win over the Sabres.
Krejci tracked down a rebound and fired a nifty backhand past goalie Dustin Tokarski for the Bruins' first goal. With three goals through 36 games, Krejci is going to be hard-pressed to match the 13 tallies he produced in 2019-20, but the veteran pivot does have 21 assists and 11 power-play points to justify rostering him in most fantasy settings.
Krejci scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Saturday's 7-5 win over the Penguins.
It's the 34-year-old's third multi-point performance in the last seven games. Krejci has piled up one goal and 10 points during this productive stretch, but Saturday's tally was only his second of the year. Despite the poor puck luck, he still has a solid 23 points through 30 games.
Krejci dished out three helpers -- one on the power play -- in Tuesday's 5-4 shootout win over New Jersey.
Krejci spread his production out nicely, with one assist in each frame. He has only one goal in 28 games, but the 34-year-old Czech center is still a capable distributor of the puck, as eight of his 20 assists have come in the last five games.
Krejci is on track to play Thursday night against the Islanders, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Along with David Pastrnak and Craig Smith, Krejci was removed from the COVID list and practiced Wednesday. That sets the stage for him to center the Bruins' second line Thursday, flanked by Nick Ritchie and Smith. In Krejci's last outing (March 18), he recorded three assists in Boston's 4-1 win over Buffalo.
Krejci is no longer on the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports.
Fellow forwards David Pastrnak and Craig Smith are also off the list, which sets the stage for trio to practice Wednesday night and suit up Thursday evening against the Islanders, assuming that game is played as scheduled.
Krejci was one of four Boston players added to the league's COVID-19 protocols list Friday, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
The Bruins' next two games have been postponed, so if Krejci's able to clear the NHL's protocols prior to Thursday's matchup with the Islanders, he won't be forced to miss any action. The veteran pivot has tallied 16 points in 24 games this year.
Krejci delivered three assists Thursday in a 4-1 win over the Sabres.
Two came on the power play. Krejci's performance has been middling at best of late, despite having 16 points in 24 games on the season. Prior to Thursday, Krejci had just a goal and two assists in his previous 10 games. Is this just a single great game or a return to the Krejci of old? There's a chance that it's just taken him time to get back up to speed after injury, so roll the dice if he's on the wire.
Krejci scored his first goal of the season -- on the power play -- and added an assist in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Rangers.
Krejci finally got the goal-monkey off his back early in the second period, befuddling Alexandar Georgiev on a shot from distance. The unscreened point shot seemed like it should have been stopped by any NHL-caliber goaltender, but Krejci will certainly take it considering he didn't score a goal over his first 19 games. The veteran center dished his 12th helper of the season on a Jake DeBrusk goal just 1:21 later, which prompted Rangers coach David Quinn to replace the struggling Georgiev.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/09||@ NYI||L 2-6||0||2||2||-3||18:00|
|06/07||vs NYI||L 4-5||1||0||1||+1||21:25|
|06/05||@ NYI||L 1-4||1||0||1||0||17:25|
|06/03||@ NYI||W 2-1 (OT)||0||0||0||0||19:23|
|05/31||vs NYI||L 3-4 (OT)||0||0||0||0||22:57|
|05/29||vs NYI||W 5-2||0||3||3||+2||16:44|
|05/23||@ WAS||W 3-1||0||0||0||+1||15:04|
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