Everyone loves Torey Krug’s ability to get his shot on net.
Torey Krug had a feeling early on that he wasn’t going to make the Team USA roster, and is looking forward to the opportunity of resting during the two-week break.
Although the Bruins have a glut of young defenseman on their team and in Providence, Adam Jones thinks that won’t be enough to get it done in the postseason.
The Bruins’ lineup has been ravaged with injuries, illness and a suspension, but the team has just kept on chugging through its schedule and maintaining its spot atop the Eastern Conference.
The Bruins played three games in Western Canada last week, but you can argue they only played three (maybe four) periods over the course of those contests.
“It’s something we’re looking forward to. They’re a great hockey team [Montreal] and they’re playing really well right now. They have a lot of great players so it’s a good test for us.”
Adam Jones risks life and limb in Game of Jones. Tuesday’s questions were about the AFC East, Rajon Rondo’s return date, Kobe Bryant, Torey Krug and Thanksgiving football.
Torey Krug came on the Gresh and Zo show for his weekly appearance to talk about his game-winning goal and how he celebrated afterwards, as well as his Olympic chances and Thanksgiving food.
Coach Claude Julien implemented an aggressive philosophy Monday night in overtime by playing three forwards and one defenseman. Gresh and Zolak analyzed the decision and how quickly it paid dividends.
Torey Krug scored the game-winner in overtime over the Penguins, giving Dan Bylsma a lot to think about when it comes to Team USA.