It’s been widely speculated the general manager Peter Chiarelli could lose his job if the B’s miss the playoffs. But might head coach Claude Julien suffer the same fate?
Already in the midst of a five-game losing streak, the Boston Bruins received some more bad news on Tuesday.
David Krejci took part in his first full practice since suffering a knee injury last month, and will accompany the Bruins on their upcoming three-game road trip.
David Krejci has been skating on his own over the last week, but joined in with his Bruins teammates for Tuesday’s morning skate at the TD Garden.
If adjusting to life as the backup goaltender hadn’t been giving Bruins netminder Niklas Svedberg a hard enough time, his equipment made life a little more difficult Sunday.
There are two words to describe the Bruins’ shootout performances: terrible and consistent.
“What matters to me is I have to come in and do a job here. Whatever they decide, they can decide. It really doesn’t matter to me.”
How do you divvy up the pie?
This year, it’s clear that things are very different. And Monday night in Calgary showed how.
It’s a perfect time to take stock of how the Bruins have fared without defenseman Johnny Boychuk because on Saturday, the veteran and his Eastern Conference powerhouse New York Islanders will be Boston’s opposition at TD Garden.