By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue
David Krejci was born in Sternberk Czekia April 28th, 1986. Eighteen years later, he was selected in the second round, 63rd overall, by the Boston Bruins in the 2004 NHL draft. Two years later, he would make his NHL debut for Boston, which was just the beginning.
The Boston Bruins are a historic organization. As the club enters its 100th season, plenty of prolific players have worn the black and gold. Some names stand out far more than others and have their numbers retired in the rafters of TD Garden. For now, we reminisce about a player that has been here for the majority … Keep Reading
Watching the Bruins’ third line of Taylor Hall, Charlie Coyle, and Trent Frederic is reminiscent of the Milan Lucic, David Krejci, and Nathan Horton line from 2011, which impacted Boston’s Stanley Cup win over the Vancouver Canucks in seven games.
Coyle is not quite the matrix-style of player Krejci is, … Keep Reading
Taylor Hall not being the focal point of any team is a pretty good indication that this team is incredibly deep, and that’s precisely why he fits in so well in Boston. Hall does not have to be the leading scorer or even play on one of the top two lines to have an impact in … Keep Reading
For months, we’ve debated whether the Bruins have the offense, the defense, and the goaltending to make a deep playoff run in the spring. One aspect we haven’t been focusing on that may eventually be the key to success is the Bruins’ exceptional leadership group.
Many right wings have laced up the skates and donned the Bruins’ sweater since the inception of the Original Six team in 1924. It’s arguably the position with the most successful, well-known Boston players.
Picking the all-time greatest right wing is not easy if you consider more than just scoring. However, the … Keep Reading
When David Krejci opted to retire from the Bruins after 14 years and return to the Czech Republic, fans were praying he would return when his season was over, just in time for the Stanley Cup playoffs.
It didn’t happen, and the Bruins were eliminated from the postseason in the first round, leaving fans to ponder … Keep Reading
On December 17th, Bruins alumni player Gregory Campbell will celebrate his 38th birthday. Throughout Campbell’s twelve-year career in the NHL, he spent five of them with the Boston Bruins (2010-2015). Campbell was notably on the 2011 Stanley Cup Champion Bruins team and helped the team in a big way playing all 25 games in the playoffs. … Keep Reading
Historically, there is no bigger rivalry in the National Hockey League than the Boston Bruins against the Montreal Canadiens. Recently though, the Bruins and Canadiens rivalry seems to have fallen a bit. The games aren’t as intense, and there hasn’t been a playoff series between the two since 2014. With the Canadiens making their improbable run … Keep Reading
It’s only a matter of time until the Boston Bruins hit the ice for the official start of a full 82-game schedule. The 2020-21 regular season didn’t gear up until mid-January due to the worldwide pandemic and teams played in empty arenas. In 2021-22, the Bruins will get the chance … Keep Reading
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