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Bruins bits: Surgery for David Krejci, B’s sign Danton Heinen

Marco Scandella, David Krejci

Boston Bruins center David Krejci (46), of the Czech Republic, reacts as Minnesota Wild defenseman Marco Scandella (6) celebrates his go-ahead goal in the third period of an NHL hockey game in Boston, Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014. The Wild won 4-3. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)


The Boston Bruins held their season-ending media availability on Monday, so there’s no shortage of information trickling in. The team website has the full bounty here.

If you’d rather forego some clicking for a little bit of scrolling, let’s touch on some of the high points.

  • David Krejci said that he’ll undergo surgery on his left hip, which would be a procedure that is similar to what he experienced six years ago for his right hip.

The talented playmaker admitted that his hip bothered him for about the last 20 games, although the Bruins’ medical staff was able to keep him game-ready.

Last time around, Krejci needed four months to recover, yet he hopes that this time will be speedier (despite him being six years older). We’ll see.

  • The Bruins signed University of Denver forward Danton Heinen to a three-year, entry-level contract. For a quick overview on Heinen, click here and here.
  • It sounds like Tuukka Rask was merely dealing with a “stomach bug.” The Bruins provided other injury updates in their wrap-up.
  • The B’s assigned the following players to the AHL:

Finally, some assorted postmortems:

The Bruins cleared up a lot of things on Monday. Of course, the biggest question - the future for head coach Claude Julien - still lingers in the air like the feelings of disappointment from missing the playoffs.