Krejci Displays Strong Confidence in These 3 Players

Published August 16, 2023 at 1:51 PM

As the 2023-24 NHL season begins, the Boston Bruins are facing a turning point. They're saying goodbye to two important players who've been part of the team for almost twenty years.

Patrice Bergeron retired on July 25, and soon after, David Krejci also left the ice. This marks the end of an era for the Bruins.

Despite these changes, the Bruins believe in the strong foundation they've built and think it will stay solid.

Remembering their wins in 2011, both the Bruins organization and the players are thankful for these important players.

The team is starting the new season with determination after their disappointing exit from last year's playoffs.

Bergeron's retirement didn't shake the team's confidence. David Krejci also shared the same positive feelings.

Krejci said, "I'm sure about it. Just look at Brad Marchand. Who knows how much longer Marchy will play? He's been here a while. And there's Charlie McAvoy, David Pastrnak, Charlie Coyle—lots of great players, lots of strong leaders in the locker room. I'm not worried about leadership."

Krejci also hoped that David Pastrnak, his fellow player, would make a name for himself in Boston's Stanley Cup history.

As Krejci's career ends, he explained why he retired now.

With a new era starting, the Bruins will kick off by playing the Chicago Blackhawks on October 11 at TD Garden.

Even though Bergeron and Krejci left a big mark, the Bruins are sure about their future and ready for the next exciting chapter on the ice.

Source: Nesn
August 16   |   175 answers
Krejci Displays Strong Confidence in These 3 Players

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