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46 David Krejci C
Height/Weight: 6-0/188 | Birthdate: 4/28/1986 | Birthplace: Sternberk, Czechoslovakia | Team: Boston Bruins | College: None | NHL Experience: 8 | Salary: $5,250,000 | Owned/Started%: 70/24 | Average Draft Position: 96.38
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4/7/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Part Of Team's Line Shuffling

News: David Krejci centered a line with Milan Lucic and David Pastrnak at Tuesday's practice.
Analysis: While the Bruins' lines for Wednesday's game against the Caps are hardly set in stone, if Tuesday's trios stay intact, look for Patrice Bergeron to center Brad Marchand and Loui Eriksson, with Ryan Spooner on track to center the team's third line and Carl Soderberg set to man the middle on the team's fourth unit. A line featuring the crafty David Krejci, the bruising Lucic and the promising Pastrnak certainly brings some fantasy upside to the table, with the return of Brett Connolly (who worked on the third line Tuesday) giving the B's added depth and flexibility up front for the stretch run.

4/5/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Records Helper Saturday

News: David Krejci recorded an assist in 19:02 worth of ice time in Saturday's 2-1 shootout win over the Leafs.
Analysis: While David Krejci figures to move back to center at some point, he's been working on the right wing with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand of late, a trio with some scoring upside as long as it remains intact. Prior to Saturday's assist, Krejci had gone four games without notching a point.

4/4/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Works As A Winger

News: During Saturday's morning skate in advance of the team's evening game against Toronto, David Krejci worked on the right wing, on a trio centered by Patrice Bergeron, with Brad Marchand manning the left wing.
Analysis: At some point, look for David Krejci to settle back in as a center, but for now, coach Claude Julien is doing some mixing and matching with the B's lines, as the team works Brett Connolly (who made his Bruins debut on Thursday) into the forward mix. After notching two helpers in his return to action on March 26 following a 15-game absence, Krejci has not scored a point over his last four games, but given his skill-set, we'd expect his production to pick up down the stretch run.

4/1/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Could Return To Middle

News: David Krejci centered a line with Carl Soderberg and Loui Eriksson at practice Wednesday, weei.com reports.
Analysis: It remains to be seen if that trio remains intact Thursday against the Red Wings, but a return to the middle could be indicative of David Krejci feeling more comfortable on the ice after missing 15 games with an MCL injury. After notching two helpers in his return to action on March 26, Krejci has not scored a point in his last three games, though he did hit the post in Tuesday's win over the Panthers, while seeing 20:39 worth of ice time.

3/26/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Helps Out Twice In Return

News: David Krejci (knee) collected power-play assists on both Boston goals Thursday in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: A very fine return to the ice for David Krejci, who missed more than a month with his knee injury and has played in just 39 games this season. It's been a disappointing campaign all around, but that may allow enterprising fantasy players to buy low on Krejci next season.

3/26/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Back In Action

News: David Krejci (knee) took part in pregame warmups and looks to be ready to play Thursday against the Ducks.
Analysis: David Krejci will play for the fist time since Feb. 20, skating on a line next to Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron.

3/26/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Activated From IR, Likely Back In

News: David Krejci (knee) was activated from injured reserve and appears in line to play Thursday against the Ducks.
Analysis: After coach Claude Julien called David Krejci probable to play after the team's morning skate, the activation from IR adds further evidence that the forward will suit up. While Julien said that Krejci's status would be officially decided after the Bruins complete their warmup, it seems fairly safe for fantasy owners to pencil him in the lineup for the first time since Feb. 20. The steady play the Bruins have received down the middle from Ryan Spooner over the last several weeks will result in Krejci moving over from his usual center spot to right wing Thursday, likely on a line with Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron. Krejci, who has been limited to 38 games during an injury-plagued season, has collected seven goals and 19 assists to date.

3/26/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Probable For Thursday

News: David Krejci (knee) is considered probable by coach Claude Julien for Thursday's game against the Ducks.
Analysis: While David Krejci's availability for the contest may not be finalized until warmups, if he does suit up, he'd make for a solid lineup option Thursday, given his expected assignment on the right wing of a line also featuring Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron.

3/26/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Looks Poised To Return

News: David Krejci (knee) worked on a line with Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron during Thursday's morning skate.
Analysis: We'll track David Krejci's status as Thursday's game against the Ducks approaches, but assuming no issues during the team's morning skate, his chances of being activated for the contest look good.

3/25/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Could Return Thursday

News: Though David Krejci (knee) continues to progress, he has not signed off on a return to action Thursday against the Ducks, the Boston Herald reports.
Analysis: "We'll see, but it was a pretty good day today," David Krejci said Wednesday, when asked if he would be ready to play on Thursday. "I just got off the ice so I've got to the talk to the trainers. But it was a really good day today, so I'm happy about how the skate went." We'll look for further updates on Krejci's status Thursday, but it's possible that a final call on that front won't arrive until pregame warmups.

3/25/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Nears Return

News: David Krejci (knee) worked the point on the Bruins' top power play unit at Wednesday's practice, Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe reports.
Analysis: Shinzawa suggests that David Krejci's recent activity in practice bodes well for the forward's status for Thursday's game against the Ducks. Once Krejci does resume action for the B's, based on practice lines, look for him to re-enter the lineup as the right winger on a trio that would also feature Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand.

3/24/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Day-To-Day

News: David Krejci (knee) remains day-to-day as Thursday's game against the Ducks approaches.
Analysis: On a promising note, David Krejci -- who worked as a winger, along with Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron -- took part in battle drills during Tuesday's practice.

3/22/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Not Quite Ready

News: David Krejci (knee) won't play Sunday against the Lightning.
Analysis: David Krejci has been inching toward a return, but his next chance to suit up in a game for the B's won't arrive until Thursday's home contest against the Ducks.

3/21/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci (Knee) Remains Out Saturday

News: David Krejci (knee) wasn't on the ice for pregame warmups against the Panthers on Saturday and is not expected to play as a result.
Analysis: David Krejci was able to take the ice for Saturday's morning skate but was still considered doubtful leading up to game-time. He should be considered day-to-day moving forward as his next opportunity to get back on the ice will be against the Lightning on Sunday.

3/21/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Remains Questionable For Saturday

News: David Krejci (knee) was on the ice for Saturday's morning session, but remains uncertain to play later in the evening against the Panthers, Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe reports.
Analysis: Though coach Claude Julien didn't issue word on David Krejci's status as game time approaches, it appears likely that the forward will sit out another game. Krejci remains listed on injured reserve and was on the ice at morning skate about 20 minutes longer than the rest of the team's regulars, suggesting he'll need some additional time to recover from the left knee injury. Expect official word on Krejci's availability to be revealed during warmups. Even if he doesn't suit up Saturday, a return next week seems probable, as Krejci noted he was able to take part in battle drills Saturday, which represented a step forward for him from previous practices.

3/21/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Skates Again Friday

News: David Krejci (knee) skated again at Friday's practice, but remains uncertain to play Saturday against the Panthers, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports.
Analysis: With coach Claude Julien emphasizing that he intends to keep Ryan Spooner in the lineup when David Krejci returns, the Bruins mixed up their line arrangements at Friday's practice. Rather than displacing Spooner as the second-line center, Krejci instead moved up to the first trio, skating on the right wing alongside Patrice Bergeron. It's unclear if Friday's 20-plus minute session was enough for Krejci to prove he's fully recovered from the knee concern, so his availability for Saturday's game will likely be shrouded in mystery until pregame warmups.

3/19/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Not Quite Ready

News: David Krejci (knee) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Sens, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports.
Analysis: That said, the center could still return as soon as this weekend, with the B's in action Saturday against the Panthers and Sunday against the Lightning.

3/18/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Nears Return

News: David Krejci (knee), who practiced Wednesday, will travel with the Bruins on the team's upcoming three-game road trip, the Bruins' official site reports.
Analysis: David Krejci's return is thus on the horizon, with a return as soon as this weekend (Saturday against the Panthers or Sunday against the Lightning) plausible. "He's coming on the trip. I can't tell you any more than that because really, nobody's told me when he's coming [back]," coach Claude Julien said Wednesday of the center, who has missed 12 games with a partial MCL tear in his left knee.

3/18/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Practices

News: David Krejci (knee) took part in Wednesday's practice, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports.
Analysis: David Krejci, who skated on a line with Ryan Spooner and Milan Lucic at Wednesday's practice, thus appears to be closing in on a return to action, though it's unclear if suiting up Thursday against the Sens is a possibility for the B's playmaking center, who last played on Feb. 20.

3/17/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Progressing

News: David Krejci (knee) could begin to absorb contact in the coming days.
Analysis: While there is still no specific timetable for David Krejci's return to action, the report notes that the center is progressing well, to the point where a return as soon as this weekend is not out of the question. For his part, Krejci noted Tuesday, "I don't really have a timeline, I just take it day by day and whenever it feels 100 percent, I'll be back."

3/11/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Gets In A Skate Wednesday

News: David Krejci (knee) was spotted skating prior to Wednesday's practice, Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe reports.
Analysis: David Krejci is at about the three-week mark of his 4-to-6-week recovery timetable from the partially torn MCL. It doesn't appear as though he's in line to meet the short end of that timetable, but the Bruins are probably content to take it slow with the center's recovery, especially after inking him to a six-year, $43.5 million contract extension in September. The center's absence hasn't sunk the Bruins yet, as they've received exceptional play from youngster Ryan Spooner, who has thrived on the team's second line since being called up in late February. He's produced a point in six straight games, highlighted by a two-goal effort in Tuesday's crucial win over the Senators.

2/26/2015

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David Krejci

Boston Moves Krejci TO LTIR

News: David Krejci (knee) was transferred to long-term injured reserve Thursday, Braden Campbell of the Boston Herald reports.
Analysis: The move is mostly for cap purposes, as David Krejci is slated to miss beyond the 10 regular-season games that is dictated by a placement on long-term injured reserve. The Bruins will now get to temporarily remove Krejci's salary from the team's cap, which will allow the team take on additional contracts in a trade as the Mar. 2 deadline approaches.

2/23/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci Out Four-To-Six Weeks

News: David Krejci will miss four-to-six weeks with a partially torn MCL. The Bruins have placed him on injured reserve.
Analysis: David Krejci left Friday's game with what was initially diagnosed as a lower-body injury, but it's now been revealed that he suffered a partially torn MCL in his left knee. Ryan Spooner was recalled in his place, and will likely continue to fill in during Krejci's absence. With the center out of commission until late March at the soonest, in shallow formats without an IR spot, it might be best for Krejci's fantasy owners to drop him.

2/22/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci May Have Serious Knee Injury

News: David Krejci's knee injury is feared to be serious, and it may cost him a good portion of the regular season, Nick Kypreos of Sportsnet reports.
Analysis: David Krejci suffered the injury during Friday's game against the Blues, and he missed Sunday's game against the Blackhawks. He's expected to undergo further evaluation Monday, at which point the team may have another update.

2/22/2015

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David Krejci

Bruins' Krejci (Lower Body) Out For Sunday

News: David Krejci (lower body) will not play in Sunday's game against the Blackhawks.
Analysis: Although he's traveling with his teammates, David Krejci has been ruled out a day in advance, after suffering the injury during Friday's game against the Blues. Bruins coach Claude Julien said the team will not know the severity of Krejci's injury until they're back in Boston.