Leading up to the trade deadline you hear all sorts of trade rumors scenarios. One name that wasn’t thrown around (that we know of) was Mr. Krug, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a trying time for he and his teammates in the locker room.
After an unspectacular trade deadline, Dave Goucher says the Bruins are going to have to stay healthy to make a Cup run this season.
Peter Chiarelli has now given coach Claude Julien eight defensemen to mix and match even without the injured Dennis Seidenberg and Adam McQuaid.
Torey Krug joined Andy Gresh and Bob Socci to discuss the state of the B’s coming out of the Olympic break.
Krug’s presence on the power play has been invaluable to making the Bruins a more threatening offensive club in 2013-14, and his overall contributions have landed him in the running for NHL’s rookie of the year honors.
Krug “just kind of hung around” while on vacation in Mexico and only recently started watching the Olympic games upon his return, adding, “It looks like a lot of fun and I’m looking forward to the game tomorrow.” He of course is not referring to Finland vs. Sweden
Joe Haggerty of Comcast SportsNet New England thinks the Bruins need a big, physical “Dennis Seidenberg-type” defenseman – the only problem is teams aren’t willing to budge on their top 4 guys just yet.
Boos rained down on the Bruins at various points throughout Thursday night’s game. Torey Krug and his teammates took notice of their displeasure and talked about it Friday afternoon on Gresh & Zolak.
Bruins defenseman Torey Krug thinks the hockey world has changed over the years, and even though Team Canada is “stacked” the gold medal is up in the air.
Rookie defenseman Torey Krug joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Gresh and Zolak for his weekly chat on Wednesday, and points to Boston’s poor play on special teams as the reason for their recent skid.