TAMPA — There’s a strong chance Patrice Bergeron will return to the Bruins’ lineup tonight one day shy of two weeks since he suffered a concussion against Philadelphia.
Before the Bruins’ second-round series with Philadelphia, center David Krejci said he felt like he’d played better toward the end of the Montreal series but just didn’t have the points to prove it.
BOSTON — Just when we thought he couldn’t do much more for an encore, Bruins center David Krejci came up with another way to impress in the Eastern Conference semifinal series against Philadlephia.
Obviously, Tim Thomas was the first, second and third star last night in the lone Stanley Cup playoff game played.
PHILADELPHIA — If the Flyers’ strategy tonight in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series with the Bruins includes roughing up Boston center David Krejci, he’s ready.
PHILADELPHIA – Bruins center David Krejci is as skilled at forgetting the past as he is at finding the open man.
BOSTON – You might be able to hop on one leg across I-93 and survive, but if you attempted that act a second time you’re probably ticketed for the loony bid if you’re not flattened by a semi first.
Contrary to popular opinion, the referees did not win tonight’s Game 6 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series between the Bruins and Montreal.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — If David Krejci’s words just magically turn to results, the Bruins will head to Montreal tied in their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series after tomorrow’s Game 2 against the Canadiens.
The veteran center was so confident after practice today, he all but guaranteed a victory.
BOSTON – By traveling to Lake Placid, N.Y, for two practices next week, the Bruins are planning on getting far away from Montreal between Game 3 and 4 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series with Montreal.
Like the Bruins’ play last week, the voting for Bruin of the Week honors uninspired.
Nonetheless, readers of TheBruinsBlog.net decided to bestow the honor on the team’s leading scorer.
BOSTON — One of David Krejci’s most dramatic goals of the season also put him in some lofty company.
Do the Marc Savard-less Bruins have a legitimate No. 1 line that makes opposing defenses shiver every time it hops over the boards?
WILMINGTON, Mass. — Bruins center Patrice Bergeron left practice early today after he took a Johnny Boychuk chip up the wall off his chin.
BOSTON – Speculation has run rampant that despite his return after just six games on the sidelines, center David Krejci has been still feeling the effects of the concussion he suffered Nov. 6.