Krug (upper body) is fully recovered from the injury that cost him a single game prior to the league hiatus in mid-March, NBC Sports Boston reports.
Krug's 49 points pace the Bruins defense corps and rank eighth among all league blueliners. Even with 12 games remaining on the docket should play resume, the 29-year-old wouldn't quite have reached the lofty heights of his 59-point, career-best output from 2017-18. However, Krug has proven he's a near-lock for 50-plus points in five straight seasons and is due for a hefty raise heading into unrestricted free agency this summer. Potential suitors could question if he'd be quite as prolific a producer away from the B's high-powered offense, but Krug will still be a highly coveted asset that commands a deal well north of his current $5.25 million cap hit.
Krug (upper body) won't play Tuesday night against the Flyers, Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston reports.
The same applies to fellow blueliner Brandon Carlo, which sets the stage for Connor Clifton to re-enter the Bruins' lineup. For now, we'll consider Krug day-to-day, with his looming absence representing a blow to the team's top power-play unit.
Krug scored a goal and added an assist Thursday in a 2-1 overtime win over Florida.
The goal was the game-winner. Krug has nine goals and 39 assists in 60 games, and he sits seventh overall in scoring from the blue line. Krug is currently riding a four-game, six-point streak (one goal, five assists). Use him well.
Krug notched two assists, one on the power play, in Saturday's 4-0 win over the Islanders.
The 28-year-old blueliner started and ended February with multi-point outings, finishing the month with three goals and 12 points through 14 games. Krug is now up to 45 points (eight goals, 37 helpers) through 57 contests on the season, leaving him firmly on pace for his fourth straight 50-point campaign.
Krug posted an assist and three shots on goal but went minus-3 in Saturday's 9-3 loss to the Canucks.
Defensively, it was not a great game for Krug, but he salvaged the effort partially with a power-play helper on David Pastrnak's third-period tally. Krug has recorded assists in three straight games. He's at 42 points (24 on the power play), 127 shots and a plus-1 rating in 55 contests.
Krug generated an assist in Friday's 4-3 win over the Flames.
Krug set up Brandon Carlo for a shot in the second period, and Brad Marchand deflected the puck into the cage for the Bruins' go-ahead goal. Krug now has an assist in each of his last two games. The 28-year-old blueliner is up to 41 points, 124 shots and a plus-4 rating in 54 outings. He's on pace to reach the 50-point threshold for the fourth straight year.
Krug registered an assist Wednesday in a 2-1 overtime win over the Oilers.
Krug and forward David Krejci effortlessly stormed out of the defensive zone, culminating in David Pastrnak's game-winning goal in the extra frame. The clutch apple gives Krug at least 40 points in a season for the sixth time in his career.
Krug scored two goals and added two assists in Saturday's 6-1 win over Minnesota.
Saturday was a night to remember. Krug's first goal opened the scoring; his second mark sealed the win. But the goals were his first since Dec. 19, a drought of 13 games. Overall, the diminutive defender has seven goals and 30 assists in 45 games. That's elite.
Krug picked up his 27th helper on the season in a 4-3 loss to the Penguins on Sunday.
On top of his assist, Krug also tallied five shots on goal and a hit in the contest. He snapped a short three-game point drought after picking up an assist in five-straight games to open the new year. Krug now has five goals and 27 points in 42 games this season.
Krug (illness) is on the ice for warmups ahead of Thursday's game against the Jets, suggesting he will play, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Krug looks to be a go after he was labeled a game-time decision Thursday morning due to illness. He will apparently replace Zdeno Chara, who has been slumping recently, in the lineup and should resume his usual duties on the power play.
Krug (illness) will be a game-time decision for Thursday's clash with the Jets, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
Krug is under the weather, but there's still an outside chance that he'll be able to gut it out against Winnipeg. Confirmation on his status likely won't surface until the Bruins step onto the ice for pregame warmups, so fantasy owners should plan accordingly.
Krug (upper body) returned to action Thursday a 2-1overtime loss to the Blue Jackets. He picked up a power-play assist in 20:39 of ice time.
Krug is particularly potent on the power play -- 16 of his 27 points have come there. He had missed three games -- he left early against the Ducks on Dec. 23 and hadn't played since. Krug was hot before the game he got hurt (six points in four games) and he's picked up where he left off. Get him back in there and reap the rewards.
Krug (upper body) will return to the lineup for Thursday's clash with Columbus.
Krug was red hot prior to his three-game absence, racking up seven points in his last seven games. The 28-year-old will look to pick up where he left off while skating on Boston's second pairing and first power-play unit against the Blue Jackets.
Krug (upper body) isn't expected to travel for Tuesday's road game against the Devils, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.
Unless something changes, Krug will miss his third straight game. The Bruins' defensive corps is battered, as Charlie McAvoy (lower body) is also on IR while Connor Clifton (upper body) is day-to-day. Zdeno Chara and Matt Grzelcyk will man the left side of the top two defensive pairings while Krug stays out.
Krug (upper body) was designated for injured reserve Friday.
This move effectively rules Krug out versus the Sabres on Friday. In a corresponding move, the Bruins recalled Steve Kampfer to fill in on the back end. The club hasn't provided a specific timeline for Krug, but his placement on IR certainly doesn't bode well for a short-term absence.
Krug (upper body) left Monday's game against Washington and will not return.
Krug saw just 8:44 of ice time in Monday's game before heading to the locker room. Fortunately, the Bruins are off until Friday, but the severity of his injury is currently unknown.
Krug scored a power-play goal in a 3-2 shootout loss to the Islanders on Thursday.
Krug now has five goals and 24 points in 31 games, putting him 10th amongst all defensemen in points per game (0.77). Fourteen of those came on the power play, where Krug routinely racks up points. Since he came into the league in 2013-14, Krug is fifth amongst all defensemen with 145 power-play points and eighth amongst all defensemen in total scoring with 310 points.
Krug registered two assists and two shots with two blocks in a 4-2 win over the Panthers on Saturday.
Krug picked up both of his assists in the second period, helping the Bruins build a 3-0 lead through 40 minutes. The diminutive defenseman had produced just a goal and an assist over his previous nine games and was due to shake loose before long. Krug has four goals and 18 assists in 29 games and is tracking toward a fourth straight 50-point season.
Krug (undisclosed) will be in the lineup for Thursday's game against Tampa Bay, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Krug underwent x-rays following Wednesday's loss to the Capitals, but it appears as though that was likely just a precautionary measure. The 28-year-old rearguard will slot into his usual role skating on the Bruins' second pairing and top power-play unit against the Lightning.
Krug (undisclosed) was seen at the X-ray room after Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Capitals, Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press reports.
It's unclear why Krug needed X-rays after the game. He recorded an assist and three shots on goal but didn't register a hit or a blocked shot. Consider Krug day-to-day until more details surface. The Bruins play again Thursday against the Lightning.
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