The Bruins have activated David Krejci (upper-body) from IR.
Krejci is set to play for the first time since October 14th and re-enters the Bruins lineup with one assist in five games this season.
Krejci (upper-body) will return to the Bruins lineup on Tuesday.
Krejci has missed the last five games with an upper-body injury but will play Tuesday vs. the Sharks. Krejci will be back on the second line with Jake DeBrusk and Danton Heinen on his wings and will also skate on the second power-play unit. Krejci has one assist in five games this season.
Krejci (upper-body) is doubtful to play Saturday.
The Bruins have a back-to-back this weekend so if Krejci is doubtful for Saturday’s game vs. the Blues he’s probably equally as unlikely to play Sunday in New York. Par Lindholm is expected to centre the Bruins second line on Saturday.
The Bruins have placed David Krejci (upper-body) on IR.
Krejci has been sidelined with an upper-body injury since the first period of last Monday’s game vs. the Ducks. Krejci’s move to IR simply opens up a roster spot to recall Anders Bjork from the AHL. He is eligible to be activated whenever he is healthy.
Krejci (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Krejci will miss this third consecutive game with an upper-body injury that he suffered last Monday. Charlie Coyle will remain the Bruins' second-line centre while Krejci is sidelined. Monitor Krejci's status leading up to Saturday's game vs. the Blues.
Krejci (upper-body) will not travel to Toronto.
Krejci will miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury that he suffered against the Ducks. Luckily for the Bruins, the Maple Leafs are going to be without John Tavares as well. Krejci remains day-to-day.
Krejci (upper-body) will not play Thursday vs. the Lightning.
Krejci was hurt in Monday’s game against the Ducks and will miss Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury. Par Lindholm will draw into the lineup to replace Krejci and Charlie Coyle will move up to the second line. Krejci is day-to-day.
Krejci (upper-body) missed Wednesday’s practice but has not been ruled out of Thursday’s game.
Krejci left Monday’s game against the Ducks after playing just 4:43 TOI and did not return. He wasn’t on the ice for Wednesday’s session but head coach Bruce Cassidy believes there’s still a chance that he suits up vs. the Lightning. Charlie Coyle will move up to the second line if Krejci is unavailable.
Krejci (lower-body) will not play against the Stars on Thursday.
Krejci (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Krejci was a full participant at practice on Wednesday, which is a great sign for his availability for Thursday’s season opener. Monitor his status during tomorrow’s morning skate, but things are trending in the right direction for the veteran pivot.
Source: @NHLBruins 10/2/19, 11:25 am EST
Krejci (lower-body) is expected to be “good to go” for the Bruins season opener.
Krejci suffered a lower-body injury in last Monday’s preseason game but skated lightly on Saturday. It was a step in the right direction for the veteran centre and head coach Bruce Cassidy believes Krejci will be good to go for Opening Night (Thursday @ Dallas). Krejci is set to centre the Bruins second-line with Jake DeBrusk and Karson Kuhlman on his wings.
Source: Eric Russo 09/30/19, 9:38 am EST
Krejci (lower-body) will be re-evaluated on Wednesday.
Krejci left Monday’s preseason game following a collision with Shayne Gostisbehere and did not return or practice on Tuesday. Head coach Bruce Cassidy said that he will be “re-evaluated on Wednesday” and added that they are going to “take [their] time with it.” With the Bruins season set to start in just over one week, Krejci’s status for the season-opener is in jeopardy.
Krejci will be rested Thursday in Minnesota.
The Bruins have clinched home-ice advantage in the first-round of the playoffs so they will sit four key players to give them some rest. Krejci will be joined by Zdeno Chara, Brad Marchand and Charlie McAvoy.
Source: @NHLBruins 04/4/19, 1:06 pm EST
Krejci (undisclosed) is expected to be in the Bruins lineup for Game 2.
Krejci (lower-body) will return to the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
Krejci has missed the last six games with a lower-body injury but will return to the lineup tonight in Ottawa. Krejci has had trouble with injuries this season but has been efficient when he’s in the lineup, picking up 14 points (5G / 9A) in 18 games.
Krejci will miss Thursday’s game with an upper body injury.
Krejci will miss third straight game with an upper-body injury and may not be back before the Christmas break. After tonight the Bruins last game before the break is Saturday vs. the Red Wings. Monitor Krejci’s status over the next couple of days.
Krejci (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play Monday.
Krejci (back) officially back in the Bruins lineup this afternoon.
Source: @NHLBruins 12/2/17, 8:03 am EST
Krejci (back) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Krejci missed Wednesday’s game with a back issue, but could return this afternoon in Philadelphia. Krejci has had nice numbers when healthy this season, picking up three goals and six assists (nine points) in 11 games.
Krejci (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Krejci recently returned to the Bruins lineup and lasted just five games before going back on the shelf. Krejci had two goals and one assist in those five contests, but the Bruins injury issues will continue as the head into Wednesday’s meeting with the high-powered Lightning.