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Sep 16, 2014
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Milan Lucic admits that he hopes he can gain a long-term contract like Boston Bruins teammates David Krejci, Patrice Bergeron and Tuukka Rask.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI 2 hours ago

Pastrnak Watch: Rookie opens Bruins training camp on David Krejci’s line

WILMINGTON –€” As Peter Chiarelli had previously implied, David Pastrnak was teamed with David Krejci to begin training camp Friday. Pastrnak, a Czech right wing who grew up idolizing Krejci, was on the right wing of Krejci’€™s line, with Matt Fraser playing on the other side. Milan Lucic was in the other of the two […]
Stanley Cup of Chowder Sep 11, 2014
In Search Of A Trigger Man

In Search Of A Trigger Man

Disclaimer: Patrice Bergeron is the number one center on the Bruins. I know that. We all know that. But for the purpose of this piece, I may refer to Krejci as the top center only insofar as he receives the most ice time. So just go with it. David Krejci had some interesting things to say during his media availability following the news of his contract extension with the Bruins. From these comments, I got to speculating on how they might shed some light on the plan around his line this upcoming season. It started with being asked if Loui Eriksson will be his new winger: On finding a new...
Fresh Links: Krejci Train Edition

Fresh Links: Krejci Train Edition

With a new contract and a new linemate, it's all good for David Krejci. In Bruins news you can use: David Krejci decided to forego free agency to stay with a winning team that committed to its core. [PatriotLedger] The Bruins are built to compete for Stanley Cups, and are currently in a sweet spot to do it. [TheBostonGlobe] Although he doesn't want to dwell on it now, Krejci's long term plan is to end his career at home in the Czech Republic. [MetroWestDailyNews] Krejci spoke about his new contract and how easy it was for him to re-sign. (Video, 1:55)...
Boston Herald Sep 9, 2014
Krejci anxious to lead, sip from another Cup

Krejci anxious to lead, sip from another Cup

David Krejci figured he left some money on the table by signing his six-year extension with the Bruins instead of taking his talents on the open market next summer.However, being in a situation where he can win was more important.With the core group of Patrice Bergeron, Zdeno Chara, Dennis Seidenberg, Tuukka Rask and himself all signed for at least four more years — and with his left winger, Milan Lucic, possibly the next in line for an extension — Krejci decided the Bruins were the team for him.

Krejci: 'I wanted to play where I could win'

BOSTON -- Late last week, David Krejci and the Boston Bruins agreed on a six-year contract extension, which means he has seven years to accomplish his goal of winning numerous Stanley Cup championships for the black and gold. The 28-year-old top-line center has one year remaining on his current deal before his six-year, $43.5 million contract begins in 2015-16. Krejci’s willingness to sign a long-term deal now means he can focus on playing and nothing else.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Sep 8, 2014

David Krejci says he wants to finish his career in Czech Republic

Bruins center David Krejci met with the media Monday afternoon to discuss the six-year, $43.5 million contract he signed with the team last week, and in doing so implied that it might be his last NHL contract. The deal, which begins in the 2015-16 season, will take Krejci until he is 35 years of age. […]

Chiarelli talks Krejci, cap constraints, camp

WILMINGTON, Mass. -- Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli has created a blueprint for building a perennial Stanley Cup contender with a strong core group of players. That strategy has paid off with the 2011 Stanley Cup title, plus a return trip to the finals in 2013. The latest example of the Bruins' dedication to more championships came Thursday, when the team announced a six-year, $43.5 million contract extension for top-line centerman David Krejci, a deal that begins at the start of the 2015-2016 season.
Rotoworld Sep 5, 2014

Chiarelli: Krejci's contract is 'reasonable' - David Krejci (C) Boston Bruins

Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli feels David Krejci's newly signed six-year, $43.5 million contract is reasonable in this market.
Mile High Hockey Sep 5, 2014

Colorado Avalanche: News from around the NHL September 5th, 2014

Krejci will stay in Boston for another few years. The Boston Bruins signed center David Krejci to a six-year, $43.5 million contract extension Thursday. The deal begins in the 2015-16 season after the final season of his current contract. The NHL released an article with the Best 14 Right Wingers... and two Avs made the list! 7. Ryan O'Reilly, Colorado Avalanche, 20 points2013-14: 28 goals, 64 points, 80 games played A solid two-way forward, O'Reilly led the Avalanche with 28 goals (nine on the power play), a career high. O'Reilly had six points in seven playoff games, but...
Boston Herald Sep 4, 2014

Czech it out: David Krejci deal

David Krejci and the Bruins have reached agreeement on a six-year, $43.5 million contract extension, according to several reports.Under a deal initially reported by a news outlet in his native Czech Republic, the center would make $7.25 million the first two years, $7.5 million each of the following two and $7 million the final two. He has a no-movement clause in the first four years and a modified no-trade in the last two.

Krejci deal makes perfect sense

For years, there’s been speculation the Boston Bruins would trade David Krejci. Many believed it would happen. But you don’t trade a talented player such as Krejci. You sign him to a long-term deal -- and that’s exactly what the Bruins have done. Krejci and the Bruins have agreed on a six-year extension worth $43.5 million that will start in 2015-16, a league source confirmed to ESPN.com’s Pierre LeBrun. When WEEI.

POLL: How do you feel about the Krejci Deal?

David Krejci's deal is reportedly 6 years at 7.17 cap hit, as we previously reported. Now we want to know your opinion about the deal. Here's how he did 5 years before the new deal starts: Poll How do you feel about the reported Krejci Deal? I love it! I like it, but I think its too long I like it, but I think its too much money I like it, but I worry about what it means for other player moves I dont like it I hate it, trade him now!   2 votes | Results

Czech Report: David Krejci re-signs for 6 years, 7.17 AAV

Czech news source Hokej.cz is reporting that David Krejci has agreed on a new 6 year, 7.17 AAV contract with the Bruins. "David uzavřel s Bruins novou šestiletou smlouvu," uvedl pro hokej.cz Jiří Hamal ze společnosti Global management Group, která Krejčího zastupuje. Krejci is still under his current contract for the upcoming season, so this would put him with the club for the next 7 years. This also means that 5 of the top 6 (and Chris Kelly) are signed through at least the next 2 years. Krejci will have just played his age 34 year when the reported contract is up. More on this as...
Boston Globe Sep 3, 2014

Report: David Krejci is About to Get Paid

If the latest report out of the Czech Republic is true, Bruins center David Krejci is about to get a whole lot richer.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Sep 3, 2014

Source: David Krejci agrees to six-year, $43.5 million extension with Bruins

According to a league source, the Bruins and David Krejci have agreed to a six-year, $43.5 million contract. The contract will make Krejci the highest-paid player on the team cap-figure-wise when the pact begins in the 2015-16 season. Sitting behind him are Tuukka Rask ($7 million cap hit), Zdeno Chara ($6.916 million) and Patrice Bergeron […]

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