Just because Krejci can play the wing and is willing to do it doesn’t mean that’s where he should play.
98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich talked to NESN’s Billy Jaffe Monday morning about a number of different Bruins topics.
In an odd twist, it appears the Bruins might’ve filled their right-wing need with Krejci.
It looks like David Krejci will make his long-awaited return Thursday night against Anaheim.
Unlike “The Office” without Steve Carrell, the Stanley Cup Playoffs will go on and remain entertaining even if the Bruins are absent.
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.
The Bruins have given forward Reilly Smith the candy, but they’re banking on him still swinging at the piñata and beating it to a broken, decrepit pulp.
Milan Lucic has made it tough on Boston by not meeting expectations.
For David Krejci to have any reason to return to the lineup, the healthy Bruins are going to have to step up.