David Krejci was a Boston Bruin for over 15 years, finally calling it a career following the teams' legendary 2022-23 season. He has now confirmed his future.
Boston Bruins Legend David Krejci Officially Calls it a Career at 37-Years-Old
While he was no longer playing professionally, it was expected that the 37-year-old Krejci would suit up for the World Championship for Czechia.
"David Krejci has determined that his lower body injuries will not allow him to play for Czechia at their home World Championship in 2024. This means he is officially retiring from ice hockey at the age of 37.
Krejci scored 231 goals, 555 assists, and 786 points in 1,032 career #NHL games, all with the Boston #Bruins. The forward helped Boston win the Stanley Cup in 2011 as he led the playoffs in points with 23.
Internationally, Krejci played 44 games for Czechia and scored 11 goals, 24 assists, and 35 points over 4 World Championships and 3 Olympics. He won bronze medals at the 2012 and 2022 WC. Krejci also won bronze medals with Czechia at the 2004 U18 World Championship and 2005
Congrats David on an incredible career!
As Read on Blade of Steel - Long-time Boston Bruins forward officially retires from professional hockey