David Krejci said at Monday’s year-end media availability that he will have hip surgery to repair an issue that has plagued him for the last two seasons.

David Krejci

David Krejci

David Krejci said at Monday’s year-end media availability that he will have hip surgery to repair an issue that has plagued him for the last two seasons.

Krejci first suffered the injury in the final preseason game before the 2014-15 season and was in and out of the lineup over the course of the season. Though Krejci has dealt with other injuries over the past two seasons, correcting the hip is his priority as he begins the offseason.

The surgery will be the same procedure Krejci had in 2009, when Dr. Brian Kelly repaired a hip impingement. Kelly will also be doing Krejci’s upcoming procedure.

Playing in 72 games this season, Krejci had 17 goals and 46 assists for 46 points this season.

In other injury news, Brett Connolly revealed that it was a sprained MCL that kept him out of the Bruins’ last five games, while Dennis Seidenberg missed the final five games of the season due to a strained adductor. Neither Connolly nor Seidenberg will require surgery.

Blog Author: 
DJ Bean

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The Bruins announced Sunday that they will hold their annual year-end availability Monday at TD Garden, but it came with an interesting twist. Then again, it wouldn’t be the 2015-16 Bruins without something being off.

The Bruins announced Sunday that they will hold their annual year-end availability Monday at TD Garden, but it came with an interesting twist. Then again, it wouldn’t be the 2015-16 Bruins without something being off.

Breakup day typically consists of player availability followed by a press conference with the coach and general manager. Sunday’s announcement made mention of only players, however. Reached for clarification as to whether or not Claude Julien, Don Sweeney and/or Cam Neely would be available, Bruins media relations noted that the only confirmed availability was for players. Bruins vice president of communications Matt Chmura added that the current schedule does not mean definitively mean that Boston’s leadership won’t be available Monday, but that nothing with the media was currently planned regarding the trio.

It’s worth noting that both Julien and then-GM Peter Chiarelli were both available at last season’s breakup day. At the time, Chiarelli said that things were “business as usual until we hear otherwise.” Chiarelli was fired two days later.

Blog Author: 
DJ Bean
Butch is joined by two-thirds of the Sunday Skate show in DJ and Pete. The guys discuss the problems with Bruins including leadership and grit, who should stay and who should go and if Claude is to blame.

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[0:23:05] ... when he got to Boston. All right let's get a head Coach Dave Lewis this is the guy that I want to hire a coach. If the Bruins had fired Peter surely after that season you ...





DJ along with Joey Mac and Pete Blackburn continue the reaction to the Bruins season ending abruptly yesterday and who is to blame.
DJ, Joe and Pete continue discussing how the Bruins were disappointing this season, where things went astray and the future of the team. They also get into Tuukka not playing due to illness and if he could have played with callers who are calling for his head. The guys discuss all of these issues with NESN's Andy Brickley as well.
The great Andy Brickley joins the guys to discuss the puzzling season for the Bruins, what went wrong and how Sweeney and Neely can right the ship. He gets into the lack of leadership, identity and toughness on this roster, how they need a shake-up and that Claude is not the problem.

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[0:06:16] ... this group the defense defenseman that that the Bruins did have. You Claude Julien over achieve with this team by having them in the playoff discussion for the entire season. There are uttered Opel retrieve the ...




Less than 24 hours removed from the Bruins season coming to an end, DJ, Joe and Pete discuss and react to the downward spiral during the final weeks of the season. What happened and could it have been prevented? The guys talk about the leadership and roster issues on this team and wonder if Don Sweeney and Cam Neely can fix things. They also get into the Claude Julien question -- will he stay or will he go? These guys don't believe he should be fired but realize it's an option that many fans want the organization to go in.