The most important player : David Krejci

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    The most important player : David Krejci

    When we lost Krejci against the Flyers in the series ...we lost the next 4 games.
    We lost Krejci a week ago ..won against Pens 7-4 (but the goalie was awfull) , lost to the habs 3-1 and tonight after 2 periods its 1-0

    The best player and most underated player : David Krejci

    Tyler
     
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    I agree.  Bergeron hasnt been cutting it as number one centre.
     
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    In Response to The most important player : David Krejci:
    [QUOTE]When we lost Krejci against the Flyers in the series ...we lost the next 4 games. We lost Krejci a week ago ..won against Pens 7-4 (but the goalie was awfull) , lost to the habs 3-1 and tonight after 2 periods its 1-0 The best player and most underated player : David Krejci Tyler
    Posted by TylerSeguin[/QUOTE]


    Agree 100%. Krejci is the straw that stirs the drink.

    We can weather the injuries of anyone else on the team, but not David Krejci.


     
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    Krejci has been this teams best player since 2008/2009. THe guy does it all & his puck possession controls the pace of the game when he is on. He is always a threat when out there & makes players around him better just by his presence. THe Bruins can't afford to lose this guy.

    They loss him against Philly & they went downhill. Now since he has been out they look like a totally different team. Only making 3. 7 million. CHia better have the cash to reup this guy in 2 years. He is certainly building up a big case for himself in his next negotiations.
     
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    PC was more worried about signing Chara then keeping this team moving forward. Krejci is the B's most important player hands down. PC has spent his $$ foolishly IMO. I'm not sure anymore about the Bergy contract. If he scores 15 goals and has 35 assists this year he will be grossly overpaid.
     
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    When Krejci comes back, we hit this guy and stick a guy on his a** to ensure that he has no space to move out there.

    Clearly, he's the key to shutting down the Bruins' offense.
     
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    Re: The most important player : David Krejci

    Oh wait, you, guys, didn't hear that...
     
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    [QUOTE]When we lost Krejci against the Flyers in the series ...we lost the next 4 games. We lost Krejci a week ago ..won against Pens 7-4 (but the goalie was awfull) , lost to the habs 3-1 and tonight after 2 periods its 1-0 The best player and most underated player : David Krejci Tyler
    Posted by TylerSeguin[/QUOTE]


    A -2 and only 12 minutes of play last night, Tyler.
     
    Ouch -- they should have sent you back for another year of junior like I told them.
     
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    In Response to The most important player : David Krejci:
    [QUOTE]When we lost Krejci against the Flyers in the series ...we lost the next 4 games. We lost Krejci a week ago ..won against Pens 7-4 (but the goalie was awfull) , lost to the habs 3-1 and tonight after 2 periods its 1-0 The best player and most underated player : David Krejci Tyler
    Posted by TylerSeguin[/QUOTE]

    Great point but I gotta say -- Bergy looks snake bit -- hitting the post here and there and placing some great passes which should be goals. His linemates are just not finishing the way anyone would like at this point.
     
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    Not sure why in an effort to recognize how important Krejci is to the team that some feel the need to take shot at Bergeron.  Safe to say from my point-of-view, that both players are critically important to the B's success this year. 

    Agree that Bergeron does not appear to have the chemistry with Lucic and Horton that Krejci had, but it has only been three games.  Looking forward to Krejci's return, B's need him.
     
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    No doubt Krejci is the teams best offensive centerman, especially with Savard out.  This is no shot at Bergy who is the teams best 2 way center but lacks the ability to "slow it down" like Krejci does in the offensive zone.

    Any team would struggle with your best 2 centers (Savy & Krejci), one of your best wingers (Sturm), and best young D-man with a cannon shot (Johnny-B) out.

    Hopefully Krejci is back soon or we could see a buch of 2-1, 2-0 losses

    RMiller87- get a life

     
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    [QUOTE]I agree.  Bergeron hasnt been cutting it as number one centre.
    Posted by mattbs[/QUOTE]
    No hes not a number 1 center but with no savard and krecji hes all we have, Too bad they wouldnt start making some moves now, rid of paille and hunwick and call up joe or sauve and give them a chance. I will say this again but this team needs seguin on a line with caron and another good winger and let them be line 3 and frow on the team now.
     
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    Tyler I agree with that statement 100%  ..the fact that Krejci has been injured has changed all the chemistry we had since the beginning of the season ...Bergeron swithed to line no.1 ..he was playing great hockey on no.2 line ...We had to bring Paille in ...(Paille should retire) .....Krejci is sucha playmaker ...cant wait till he comes back

    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
     
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    In order for the B's to win the Cup, they need to have Savard, Krejci and Bergeron healthy come playoff time.  And I don't think there's really any argument there.  All three are vital to the Bruins' chances of winning the Cup.  PC is obviously going to have to make some moves, but if those 3 pivots are healthy, I think there is enough offensive depth to fill out the wings (including moving Seguin to wing).  If 2 of the three are healthy, the Bruins are a solid playoff team and possible Cup contender.  If all 3 are healthy, they are one of the favorites to win the whole thing.

    As for being on topic, I think Chara is the one guy they can't afford to lose for an extended period of time.  Losing Krejci stinks, but if Savard was playing at 100% right now (unlike the Flyers series), losing him would be a little easier to take.  Losing Chara would be devastating to this team defensively.  No one can replace him.
     
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    Krejci is a creative offensive player, Bergeron is a great two-way center. Why move Bergeron up when his line is clicking, instead of moving Seguin up and let him run with a couple brawny guys who can score in Lucic and Horton? Or, bring up Joe C. from Providence and let him play with those guys for a while. Talk about a massive line. When Krejci was healthy, the lines had chemistry and they were playing well together. Now the lines are all messed up and the chemistry is screwed. They bring Paille back in, who contributes nothing offensively. You lose an offensive player, replace him with an offensive player. Sorry, just needed to rant a little.
     
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    I had to watch the Bruin, Ottawa game on Hockey Night In Canada and the announcers said Krejci is a bonified superstar with the Bruins and the Bruins are not the same team without him. We as Bruin fans have to agree with this because of the loss in the playoffs and the present play of the Bruins without him.
    They went on to say the Bruins just can't compete as well and they were back to looking like they did last season when they had trouble scoring.
    The Bruins will be fine when he returns and the other injured players return. In the next few weeks the Bruins will look alot different when Savy, Sturm and Boychuck return, but there will be some very difficult cap decisions to be made and some of these players will be off the roster. The biggest question is who is gone.
     
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    Stop knocking Bergeron trolls. Bergeron has made a number of excellent feeds that his wings have failed to finish. He is also the only top line center left. Campbell was hired as an energy guy and has played very well; Wheeler is still learning and has not finished on a number of good set-ups. ;Seguin is an 18 year old rookie who needs instruction plus solid wings ,not Paille; Kreji has emerged as a solid creative center with on the dot passes, and chemistry with Horton and Lucic; Savvy is a solid creative center who will wow them with Seguin and Sturm on wing. The only problem now is patience until moves and changes can be made.
     
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    Agree completely. This team really took the step from bottom-feeder/fighting for its life for the 8th spot to a legitimate contender and virtual playoff lock as Krejci emerged from soft rookie who got popped (in Buffalo) to stud puck-controller. The emergence began the year Bergy got hurt and continued strong through the year the B's dominated.

    His improvement hasn't been nearly as geometric in the last year and a bit, but thats a result of him already being a very valuable player, and he's still improving in my opinion.
     
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    Igeen Response to Re: The most important player : David Krejci:
    [QUOTE]PC was more worried about signing Chara then keeping this team moving forward. Krejci is the B's most important player hands down. PC has spent his $$ foolishly IMO. I'm not sure anymore about the Bergy contract. If he scores 15 goals and has 35 assists this year he will be grossly overpaid.
    Posted by jwb413[/QUOTE]

    If Chiarelli has spend money foolishly, how is it that he was able to lock up Krejci almost instantly last year to a 3-year contract for a $3.75 million cap hit, which will leave him still at RFA status in 2012?

    And Bergeron is a stud. If he went UFA, you can bet you'd have GMs fighting over him (as they would Chara). Locking those guys up was imperative for this team, and if you look around the NHL, you'll see other teams are doing the same with their core players (Jeff Carter just signed an 11-year deal). In a salary cap world, this is what GM's have to do. 
     
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    As for the OP, complete agreeance. Krejci is critical to this team, not only for his own skills, but because his absence has a domino effect on the entire roster. They could deal with it better if Savard was healthy, but having both of them out is just killer. 

    And yes, injuries are part of the game, yada yada. But it happens to other clubs as well - just look at St. Louis, which has suffered as well and has suddenly dropped three straight games. 
     
     
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    [QUOTE]Not sure why in an effort to recognize how important Krejci is to the team that some feel the need to take shot at Bergeron.  Safe to say from my point-of-view, that both players are critically important to the B's success this year.  Agree that Bergeron does not appear to have the chemistry with Lucic and Horton that Krejci had, but it has only been three games.  Looking forward to Krejci's return, B's need him.
                                                                                                         Krejci gets open ice when Bergy is there to pick up slack.If it was Bergeron hurt and DK was the only scoring center you would see similar results.Nothing against DK but he's not as good defensively as Bergeron.Obviously they need each other(and a healthy Savard)playing in order to wear teams down and have at least one of them get free of the other teams checkers.
     
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    In Response to Re: The most important player : David Krejci:
    [QUOTE]Igeen Response to Re: The most important player : David Krejci : If Chiarelli has spend money foolishly, how is it that he was able to lock up Krejci almost instantly last year to a 3-year contract for a $3.75 million cap hit, which will leave him still at RFA status in 2012? And Bergeron is a stud. If he went UFA, you can bet you'd have GMs fighting over him (as they would Chara). Locking those guys up was imperative for this team, and if you look around the NHL, you'll see other teams are doing the same with their core players (Jeff Carter just signed an 11-year deal). In a salary cap world, this is what GM's have to do. 
    Posted by duinne[/QUOTE]

    #1 the contract to Ference "TO ME" is not justified. #2 Krejci was a bargain but IS BERGY worth the 5 mil????? #3 Chara's contract is too long and too much. #4 TT playing well now sort of justifies his cash but if he slumps off then it becomes what it is, overpayment to a middle aged goalie. I know you will go to your charts and graphs to prove me wrong. Maybe a fishbone chart is better???

    Jeff Carter has nothing to do with this as he is a true goal scorer. Worth the money if you are a Flyers fan.
     
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    [QUOTE]As for the OP, complete agreeance. Krejci is critical to this team, not only for his own skills, but because his absence has a domino effect on the entire roster. They could deal with it better if Savard was healthy, but having both of them out is just killer.  And yes, injuries are part of the game, yada yada. But it happens to other clubs as well - just look at St. Louis, which has suffered as well and has suddenly dropped three straight games.   
    Posted by duinne[/QUOTE]

    I still feel that Chara is the most important player on the team, if we're talking about winning the Cup.  Bergy, Savard, Krejci and Thomas/Rask are right behind them.  But with no Chara.  No Cup. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: The most important player : David Krejci : I still feel that Chara is the most important player on the team, if we're talking about winning the Cup.  Bergy, Savard, Krejci and Thomas/Rask are right behind them.  But with no Chara.  No Cup. 
    Posted by jalvis[/QUOTE]

    Actually, I agree. Wasn't thinking of the OP's exact wording of "most important;" that would definitely be Chara. But Krejci's absence is almost as critical, for the reasons listed.
     

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