It might be time to sit David Krejci on the bench permanently. Not because of how he has played on the ice, but because he seems to face a new Final Destination-esque peril on a nightly basis. In Game 1, he was a hit by a pane of glass during the Boston Bruins' celebration of their overtime 1-0 victory over the Washington Capitals. During the second period of Thursday night's Game 4, his throat nearly caught the heal edge of a falling Matt Hendricks.
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Thankfully Krejci was fine after play. Fans who can recall when the Panthers' Richard Zednik took a skate to the jugular in 2008 certainly know how lucky the Bruins' center is to get back on his feet afterwards.
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