Player Discussion David Krejci VI

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    They could but both seem like they are living where they are at and it would be huge change in everything- for money neither will ever spend

    I would place $500 bet in Vegas if the odds were decent that at least one will be playing here past contract

    if I got great odds on both I would do it
     
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    Thx
     
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    Does Studnicka play physical? He's listed as 6'1", 170

    When choosing between size, speed and talent, talent should win out

    Where is Beecher and what did he do this past season?
     
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    It’s been tried and it doesn’t work.
     
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    Thank you Bob Beers !!!

    good to hear him 100% in same mindset as moi
     
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    Um couldn’t disagree more

    Let’s see....my Holy Core of hockey friends including many former and present HF members and Beers alluding to right now on WEEI disagree

    maybe you know more then me since hockey my third sport but all the others ?
     
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    He’s 6’2” unless he lied on pregame show and in Providence he was very physical in the games I saw live keying on him - his physical was more in your face, contact in the play as opposed to seeking the play
     
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    So apparently
    Krejci can’t play with
    Pastrnak
    DeBrusk
    Kase
    Marchand
    Bjork

    how’s he getting assists ?

    Is there anyone he can play with

    was I dreaming when he stepped in between 63 & 88 when Bergeron’s out his 15+ games
     
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    Apparently he can play with Horton and Lucic, if only we could get them back . . .
     
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    I think Horton is a UFA this year, let’s get the band back together!
     
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    Beecher's in Michigan learning his craft. The Michigan Uni's hockey team site gives the following breakdown of his 2019/20 season:

    Freshman Year (2019-20)
    • Big Ten All-Freshman Team
    • Played in 31 games and had 16 points (9 goals and 7 assists)
    • Finished +7, with 14 blocks and won 52.0 percent of his face offs (196-181)
    • Team was 11-2 when he had a point
    • Collected first career point with an assist in a 4-0 win over LSSU (10/18) and added two more assists the next day (10/19)
    • Scored first career goal in 4-0 win over #18 Western Michigan (10/25)
    • Tallied an assist vs. Minnesota (11/9)
    • Notched a goal vs. Michigan State (11/14)
    • Scored twice at UNH (11/22)
    • Net the game winner vs. #6 Penn State (12/6)
    • Earned an assist in a 3-0 win at #14 Notre Dame (1/10)
    • Collected two goals in a 6-0 shutout at #6 Penn State (1/17)
    • Chipped in an assist in a 5-3 win at Wisconsin (2/8) and vs. Michigan State at the Duel in the D (2/17)
    • Scored a goal in each of the Big 10 Quarterfinal games with Michigan State (3/6 and 3/7)

    Not bad numbers for a first college year. Not amazing, but solid. But stats only tell you so much, especially in the junior years. Hopefully he's also looking the part and continuing to improve his play. He can certainly skate, I'll say that:

     
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    That goal reminds me a lot of Kuraly - if he could handle the puck a bit better.

    If the NCAA is cancelled any chance we see guys like Beecher make the jump to the AHL earlier than expected?
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    I would have thought it's possible. The Bruins are not exactly flush with quality prospects at the moment, so if it pans out that the AHL can run next season but the NCAA can't, they should definitely look at giving Beecher time in Providence rather than just sitting around doing not much. The main thing to consider probably isn't so much whether he yet has the necessary ability, but more whether he's mentally ready to cope with the step up. As long as they feel he can deal with the added physicality and difficulty, and not lose too much confidence if he initially finds it tough going, then it should be on the table.
     
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    We have seen a few players do it already, I think from the ECAC where the ivy schools have already cancelled play for this year.
     
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    I may have to actually watch some Providence Bruins this year then!
     
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    Yes! I am seriously considering AHL TV for this year now that I've cut the cord and have gone to all streaming. It is pretty inexpensive subscription all things considered.
     
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    Idk. Seemed like the weren’t in sync every time I saw them playing on the same line.
     
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    Finally he played good, in the Carolina series. Didn’t notice him much in the Tampa series.
     
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    To be fair I didn’t notice anyone in the Tb series
     
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    That's interesting that he wants to keep playing. Rumor that he was going to be going back to the Czech Republic has always been circulating.
     
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    I wonder how much of Krejci’s strong playoff was due to him having 6 months rest before they began.

    He didn’t look very good in last year’s playoffs, and he didn’t look very good during the regular season this year. Then he gets 6 months off and for two weeks looks like the Krejci of old.
     
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    I wondered that too, but if that is case, given the situation now of a relatively quick turnaround to start camp, and then a compressed schedule to follow, we probably won't see that Krejci again.
     
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    He was near ppg in the 1st 3 rounds before St Louis shut him down to only 2 points in 7. Rounds 1-3 he had 14 points in 17 games

    Even then, he had 16 in 24 and a +5
    Bergeron had 17 in 24 and a +4...and only had 3 points in the Finals. Yet folks all said he had a good playoffs.

    Thats with Krejci not getting PP time. Krejci had 13 ES points, which led the team
     
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    I thought the same thing, and also that since Bergy was limping they should have been swapped. Too late now.
     

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