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Stanley Cup of Chowder Feb 27, 2015

Fresh Links: Winning Time Edition

No more margin of error for the Bruins. The Devils host the Bruins this evening at 7:00 PM, and then Saturday the Bruins welcome the Coyotes to TD Garden at 5:30 PM. No pressure this weekend or anything... none at all. [BostonHerald] A sign? David Krejci and Kevan Miller are now cooling their heels on the long-term injured reserve list. [TheBostonGlobe] Dig deep, Niklas Svedberg , the Bruins need you. Bonus: The Return of Michael Ryder ? [BostonHerald] Trade talk: Would Michal Neuvirth be a better solution? Also, some Massachusetts natives are also available on both offense and defense....
Stanley Cup of Chowder Feb 25, 2015

Cam Neely speaks on LTIR possibilities for Krejci, Miller: "We're going to do the right thing"

Cam Neely was on 98.5 recently and spoke about the possibility of using LTIR for Krejci or Miller and getting cap space for it. Cam Neely was on 98.5 yesterday, and got asked about the Krejci injury and how it related to the cap and the trade deadline. Rather than paraphrase, I'm just going to let Cam speak for himself. I've paraphrased the radio dudes because I don't want to make anyone pay attention to them more than necessary. Cam Neely's quotes are in block quotes. Is putting Krejci or Miller on LTIR and using that money at the deadline an option? Right. That is an option and it is our...
Boston Herald Feb 25, 2015
David Krejci copes with injury, hopes to return

David Krejci copes with injury, hopes to return

David Krejci, who already has been limited to 38 games in 2014-15, was trying to keep his head up after learning his latest injury could cost him most, if not the rest, of the regular season.“It’s been a tough season with all the injuries and stuff, but at this point you’ve got to stay positive,” Krejci said. “There’s a saying (that) what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, right? I’ve got to stay positive and work my way back and try to be a better player than I was.”
Stanley Cup of Chowder Feb 24, 2015

Canucks at Bruins Complete Coverage

It's the 2010-2011 Stanley Cup Finals, Game Whatever. Hope you're all ready for this one. I know I am, to the point where I'll be braving the MBTA to get into snowy Boston. Last game, without David Krejci, was one of the best Bruins games this year. It'll be a tough act to follow, but at least we get this game at home before hitting the road again. The Hated Vancouver Canucks, 5th in the West, 71 Points Forwards: Daniel Sedin - Henrik Sedin - Zack Kassian Brandon McMillian - Linden Vey - Derek Dorsett Chris Higgins - Shawn Matthias - Radim Vrbata Ronalds Kenins - Bo Horvat - Jannik...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Feb 24, 2015

How does David Krejci's Injury affect the Bruins' salary cap?

Could David Krejci's injury help the Bruins short term from a cap perspective? Right now, David Krejci's knee injury that will keep him out for 4 - 6 weeks in the middle of a playoff race does not help them. But could it give them the cap space that they desperately need to acquire a top four defenseman and potentially a winger? Could this injury be a blessing in disguise? The Bruins already have Marc Savard, and potentially Kevan Miller on Long Term Injured Reserve, which effectively frees up their cap hits for as long as they are injured. If you want to read more about LTIR, here is the...

Krejci aims to return before end of regular season

BOSTON -- A disappointed David Krejci limped through the Bruins’ locker room Tuesday morning, sporting a brace on his left knee. Boston’s top-line center is frustrated that he will be sidelined the next 4-6 weeks with a partially torn MCL, but he said he’s determined to return to the lineup before the end of the regular season and be a factor in the playoffs. He said he felt fortunate that he did not need surgery after suffering the injury during the second period of the Bruins’ 5-1 loss to the St.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Feb 24, 2015

Fresh Links: Miller-Free Edition

Not a good week for NHL players named Miller... Both teams Lack Millers this evening as the Bruins host the Canucks , 7:00 PM. Just the facts, ma'am. Key injuries change the complexion of this rematch. [MetroWestDailyNews] The Bruins are still shopping for a right wing, defenseman, and a reliable backup goalie. [TheBostonGlobe] Panthers and Flyers and bears, oh my! The wild card spot that the Bruins occupy is not a lock. [PatriotLedger] Don't sell the farm! The Bruins should avoid burning the cap space is freed up by David Krejci 's (and Kevan Miller 's) injuries. [WEEI] In...
Boston Herald Feb 24, 2015
Bruins Notebook: No Krejci (knee) for 4-6 weeks

Bruins Notebook: No Krejci (knee) for 4-6 weeks

The drive to the playoffs has hit another roadblock.Yesterday, Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli announced that top-line center David Krejci will miss 4-6 weeks with a partially torn right MCL.

Krejci's absence puts heat on Chiarelli

BOSTON -- Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli’s job has become a lot more challenging. With the team barely holding on to a playoff spot, the news that top-line center David Krejci will miss four to six weeks with a partially torn MCL in his left knee means Chiarelli needs to find a replacement before Monday’s NHL trade deadline. Chiarelli already was in the market for a point-producing forward, but now he needs to figure out what to do without Krejci’s services.
Boston Herald Feb 22, 2015
Bruins Notebook: Injury discussion centers on David Krejci

Bruins Notebook: Injury discussion centers on David Krejci

CHICAGO — There are a lot of things the Bruins don’t need right now. At the top of the list is an injury to one of their best players.But when the B’s finish off their brutal road trip today against the Blackhawks at the United Center, they’ll be doing so without David Krejci. The center left Friday night’s loss in St. Louis with an apparent right leg injury when he checked the Blues’ Alex Steen. Coach Claude Julien confirmed that Krejci will be out today, but had no prognosis.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Feb 10, 2015

David Krejci admits Bruins power play ‘just sucks’ right now

Give David Krejci credit for this much: He’s not sugar-coating the Bruins power play effort of late. After not only failing to score Tuesday night, the Bruins allowed two short-handed goals for the first time this season and fell to the Dallas Stars, 5-3, at TD Garden. The first short-handed marker by Dallas came directly […]

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