Torey Krug told Gresh & Zolak that playing forward on Tuesday was “a whole new world.”
Krug watched the game winner from the penalty box, as he was whistled for what appeared to be a marginal holding call.
The story of the game was the sloppy play of the Bruins’ young defensemen, who on some level all contributed to each of the Leafs’ four goals.
The Bruins’ worst loss of the year came in Detroit, where they’re headed this week for another matchup with the Red Wings.
Five defenseman are all thought to be locks on the Bruins’ blue line come playoffs, leaving two men vying for one spot. Who is the odd man out?
Torey Krug is a rookie defenseman on the Eastern Conference-leading Boston Bruins, but when he reads hair metal lyrics a capella he turns into ‘Mötley Krüg.
Krug and his teammates were just happy to provide some solace to a grieving city during last night’s win.
The Boston Bruins may not have their nice heads of hair anymore, but that doesn’t stop Wednesday from being one of their favorite events of the season.
This winning streak, plus the decline in play from the Pittsburgh Penguins, has given the B’s a very comfortable division and conference lead with just 13 games left on the docket – but don’t tell that to Torey Krug.
Things are going swimmingly for the Bruins, but Claude Julien is making sure his defensemen remain sharp and take nothing for granted.