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.
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.