WILMINGTON -- Bruins first-line center David Krejci left Tuesday's practice at Ristuccia Arena with an undisclosed injury.
Members of the media did not see the injury, as it came during Peter Chiarelli's press conference following the signing of forward Rich Peverley. The Bruins did not offer much on the status of Krejci.
"I don't know," coach Claude Julien said of the injury. "I can't really tell you the severity of it right now. He's being looked at. I can probably give you more this afternoon when we find out more."
Asked whether it was an upper-body or lower-body or injury, Julien said it was a "body" injury. He did not know whether Krejci would travel with the team to Carolina on Tuesday.
"I don't know yet. I haven't really had a chat yet," he said. "If he doesn't he'll be behind and get checked out. I don't know how severe it is right now."
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WILMINGTON -- Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said Tuesday that the Bruins had been in negotiating with forward Rich Peverley since prior to the start of the season before eventually signing him to a three-year extension (TSN is reporting the deal carries an annual cap hit of $3.25 million).
Peverley, 29, leads the Bruins with two goals through three games. Both of his goals were scored Saturday in the Bruins' lone victory of the season.
"He's got speed, a good shot and is still relatively young in the grander schemes," Chiarelli said. "He's just a guy that we wanted to have in our mix for really the next four years."
The Bruins acquired Peverley last February in a deal with Atlanta, and after he began his Bruins tenure on the third line, the speedy winger took shifts on the second line in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals and became a first-liner when Nathan Horton was lost for the...
The Bruins announced Tuesday morning that they have signed forward Rich Peverley to a three-year contract extension. Peverley was among the Bruins set to become free agents following the season.
Peverley was acquired on Feb. 18 last season when the Bruins sent Mark Stuart and Blake Wheeler to Atlanta for the speedy forward and defenseman Boris Valabik.
Playing on the team's second line, Peverley leads the Bruins with two goals this season, both of which were scored in Saturday's win over the Lightning.
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Following distribution of a CBS screen grab from Sunday's Patriots-Jets game that shows a credentialed Jets employee with a camera on the sideline, the team explained that the employee works for Jets TV filming for team programming. The Patriots also use video on the sideline for shows such as "Patriots All Access."
The NFL tightened up its rule against teams videotaping from the sideline following the Patriots "Spygate" controversy in 2007.
Chicago sports media personality Tom Shaer joined Dennis & Callahan Tuesday morning to discuss the Theo Epstein situation. Shaer said that the relationship between Epstein and former Red Sox manager was strained in part because the front office would send lineup suggestions to Francona.
"I have been able to confirm that they were sending lineups down from the front office into the Red Sox dugout," Shaer said. "I don't think that Francona appreciated that. I don't know if that was coming from ownership through Theo ordering Theo to do that or if Theo did it on with his baseball people. Francona was not happy with that."
Shaer's revelation contrasts with Red Sox owner Larry Lucchino's comments on Dennis & Callahan Friday, when he said that the ownership does not engage in "day-to-day managing of the lineups."
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