Bruins’ David Krejci Turns Back The Hot Tub Time Machine To 2011


David Krejci has reached a new level of AWESOME. The Bruins centerman has turned the Hot Tub Time Machine back to 2011.

And so far this post-season, David Krejci is playing BETTER than his epic performance during the Stanley Cup winning run two springs ago. During the first round match-up versus the Canadiens in 2011, Krejci and the first line struggled mightily. He only recorded one goal in seven games.

Krejci then caught fire versus Philly, Tampa & Vancouver. He posted a NHL leading 23 points (12 goals and 11 assists) in 25 playoff games. During 72 regular season games, he netted just 13 goals and 49 assists for 62 points. He raised his game when his team needed him most leading the Bruins to their first cup in 39 years.

No way Krejci could top that magical post-season of 2011, right? Not so fast.

He is currently laying waste to the Toronto Maple Leafs thus far in the 2013 playoffs. This is after another average season where he scored 10 goals and 23 assists in 47 games. Perhaps Krejci just coasted to save himself for hockey’s biggest stage?

In just five games, #46 has scored 5 goals and added 5 assists which included the Game Four OT winner. He is leading the NHL in scoring (have you heard that before?).

His beautiful playmaking ability and finishing skill makes grown men cry. He has rejuvenated the game of both his wingers, Milan Lucic and Nathan Horton.

It’s pure poetry motion. It’s hardcore Hockey Porn.

And this is just the tip of the iceberg….

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