BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Bruins will be without David Krejci when they head to Canada for their next two games.
Boston’s top-line center will not head north of the border with the rest of the team as he deals with a reported hip injury, Claude Julien announced on Tuesday.
“David’s not going to make the trip, so he’s definitely out for the next two,” Julien said Tuesday after the team’s practice. “He’s still, as far as I’m concerned, day-to-day.”
Krejci, who has sat out three of the Boston’s last four games, will miss tilts against the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens.
With Krejci still sidelined, the Bruins had Chris Kelly centering Milan Lucic and Seth Griffith on their top line during practice.
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