WILMINGTON, Mass. — Boston Bruins center David Krejci said today he’s doing well after hip surgery earlier this summer.
Krejci, at the Bruins’ Ristuccia Arena practice facility to work out while the club’s prospects endured the first on-ice day of the Third Annual Development Camp, said that his rehabilitation is on schedule and that he only feels pain when he does certain movements.
He hasn’t skated yet, but Krejci said he wouldn’t have hit the ice by this point of the offseason even if he didn’t have surgery. Typically he starts skating one week before training camp, so he’s hoping to be able to start skating sometime in September if everything stays on schedule. For now, he’ll continue to work out off the ice and head home to the Czech Republic for two weeks later this month.