BREAKING - Anticipation Builds as David Krejci's Major Announcement Looms

Published August 3, 2023 at 8:01 PM

According to the source, Krejci may play for the national team, but beyond that, he is expected to retire soon, albeit in a low-key manner as he had already left the NHL and the Bruins once.

Krejci and his family have happily settled in South Carolina, adding to the likelihood of his decision to retire.

During media interactions with the Boston Bruins, Krejci made it clear that he would either return to the NHL or retire, stating, "If I come back, then yeah, it would be NHL. Obviously, be the Bruins."

If this marks the end of Krejci's career, it would be a remarkable journey for the center who was drafted by the Bruins in 2004.

Apart from his stellar last season, Krejci reached the milestone of 1,000 games played on Feb. 20 and shined in the intense 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs series against the Florida Panthers, tallying a goal and three assists in four games.

Throughout his 1,032 NHL games, Krejci achieved impressive stats, including 231 goals, 555 assists, and 2023 power-play points, along with a +166 plus-minus rating.

He played a vital role in the Bruins' 2011 Stanley Cup victory, leading the team in scoring with 12 goals and 11 assists in 25 games.

In the 2013 Stanley Cup Final against the Chicago Blackhawks, he showcased his talent with nine goals and 17 assists in 22 games, earning him the nickname "Playoff Krech."

Krejci's impact in the postseason has been remarkable, amassing 43 goals and 85 assists in 160 Stanley Cup Playoff games, cementing his legacy as one of the Bruins' all-time greats.

Source: Bostonhockeynow
August 3   |   151 answers
BREAKING - Anticipation Builds as David Krejci's Major Announcement Looms

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