Thursday, May 06, 2010

Dislocated Wrist for Krejci

Of course, it had to be the Bruins luck to have another player done for the remainder of the playoffs, it's amazing that they are up 3-0 on the Flyers in their series like this.  David Krejci, who left Wednesday's game, has reportedly suffered a dislocated wrist, which needed surgery following the game.  He will not be available for the rest of the playoffs, which is a pretty big blow to the Bruins playoff hopes.

Krejci has been having a pretty good playoff year, scoring 4 goals and 3 assists in the team's first nine games.  His offense has been key to the team's success and with the team already missing Marco Sturm for the remainder of the playoffs and Dennis Seidenberg likely still a couple weeks away, it's going to be increasingly difficult for the Bruins to go too far. 

ImplicationsOn the bright side, no one in the pool will be missing out with Krejci, as he wasn't a popular player in Box 14, one of the top boxes in the Eastern Conference side. No one had Boston going too far in this playoff year, so it shouldn't be a big surprise that he has no selections. 

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