WILMINGTON, Mass. — A hard-fought Bruins practice that included some high-tempo 2-on-2 drills at Ristuccia Arena might’ve cost the Bruins the services of their No. 1 center.
David Krejci left the ice a little early after one drill. He seemed to be favoring his left side. After practice, head coach Claude Julien said he had no more information on Krejci and would only classify the injury as a “body” injury.
Julien said there was a chance Krejci would not travel with the team when the Bruins leave this afternoon for a two-game road trip that starts in Raleigh. Bruins president Cam Neely said this afternoon during his weekly radio appearance on 98.5 The Sports Hub that Krejci did not make the trip to Raleigh so he could be re-examined by doctors in Boston.