It’s pretty tough to overstate David Krejci’s postseason ability.
The Boston Bruins’ second-line center had a goal in the Bruins 3-0 Game 6 series-clinching win against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday, which was good for his 97th career postseason point.
That marker is fifth-most in Bruins franchise history. Krejci now trails just Ray Bourque (161), Phil Esposito (102), Rick Middleton (100) and Johnny Bucyk (100).
While it’ll be tough for Krejci to ever catch Bourque, he could pass the other three before this season is over.
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