David Krejci Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 192 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 4/28/1986 (37)
David Krejci Last 10 Games
David Krejci News
Boston Bruins center David Krejci had three points in Sunday's dramatic Game 7 loss to Florida, setting an NHL record for most assists in Game 7's. He moved past Doug Gilmour and Jaromir Jagr and now boasts 12 Game 7 assists for his career. Krejci also had a power-play goal in the contest. It was a huge effort from the veteran in what could end up being the final game of his career. Krejci already skipped the 2021-22 campaign to play in Europe and he has just turned 37. His Sunday's performance and 56-point regular season show that Krejci can still make an impact in the NHL, but he'll be an unrestricted free agent in the summer and it's unclear if he's up for one more run.
Boston Bruins center David Krejci (upper body) is regarded as questionable for Sunday's tilt with Florida. The veteran was a late scratch for Friday's Game 3 of the first-round series and could now be out for a second consecutive game. Boston has already been without Patrice Bergeron (upper body), but the team has still jumped into a 2-1 series lead. Charlie Coyle was the top-line center Friday and Pavel Zacha has also filled center duties during the series, collecting two points. Coyle registered his first point via a goal Friday.
Boston Bruins center David Krejci (lower body) is expected to be ready for the start of the playoffs. The veteran has missed the past five games and won't play against Montreal on Thursday either, but he is set to be back for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs first round, which is great news for the Bruins. Krejci produced a good 56-point campaign in 70 games and has over 150 games worth of playoff experience. He is eighth among all active players with 124 career playoff points.
Boston Bruins center David Krejci (lower body) has been ruled out for the rest of the regular season. He will miss a fifth straight game Tuesday against Washington and won't play Thursday versus Montreal either. After spending last season in Europe, the Czech veteran has produced an impressive comeback campaign in 2022-23, recording 56 points in 70 games as the second-line center. Pavel Zacha has taken over his role, while Tyler Bertuzzi has also moved to the line.
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