Krug (illness) missed the morning skate but is expected to play vs. Florida.
Krug was absent from the Bruins’ morning skate on Monday, but head coach Claude Julien said that Krug will try and give it a go tonight. Krug has had a hard time finding the back of the net in his first 25 games, scoring just one goal on 77 shots, but it’s only a matter of time before the puck starts bouncing the right way for the talented defenseman.
Krug (shoulder) will make his preseason debut on Tuesday.
Krug is recovering from offseason shoulder surgery and is expected to see his first preseason action on Tuesday. Krug is coming off of a career-high 44 points (4G / 40A) in 2015-16 and if all goes well on Tuesday, he should be ready for the season opener.
Krug left late in Saturday’s game, but will be in the lineup tonight vs. the Blue Jackets. Krug has picked up four assists in 10 games this month, including one assist in the Bruins win over the Blue Jackets last Tuesday.
Krug (illness) is probable for tonight despite missing the morning skate.
Krug did not participate in the Bruins morning skate because of an illness, but he could still be in the lineup tonight in Detroit. Boston has recalled Joe Morrow from Providence (AHL) in case Krug is not available tonight.
Krug (finger) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Krug missed the last four games with a broken finger, but it looks like he could be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Devils. The Bruins recently lost David Warsofsky for 2-4 weeks, so he would simply slide into that spot. He has two goals and four assists in 11 games this season. Krug has averaged 20:28 TOI this season, but with Zdeno Chara still sidelined, expect him to play closer to 25 minutes.
Krug (finger) was on the ice for Friday’s practice.
Krug missed his four fourth game in a row with a broken finger he suffered on October 28th. Krug is one week into a 2-3 week timeline and has reportedly been limited in what he can do with his hand. Look for Krug to continue to practice and progress and could return by next weekend.
Krug (finger) skated for the second straight day on Thursday.
Krug will miss his fourth straight game tonight but is progressing well. "I'm told it'll be up to [Krug] how quickly he gets that feeling that he can hold a stick properly and that it's not going to be an issue,” said Claude Julien. “"He's doing well . . . the finger is much, much better."
Krug is skating Tuesday morning for the first time since breaking his finger last week.
Krug was diagnosed with a broken finger and is expected to miss 2-3 weeks. Returning to the ice is promising, but it remains to be seen how much he will be able to do with the stick in his hand. He could be back by next week, but that is best case scenario.