Found February 21, 2013 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: David Krejci
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
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Yes, David Krejci, we noticed. During his postgame interview with Naoko Funayama, Krejci noted that the puck was bouncing everywhere during Thursday night’s game. We definitely saw a few players unnecessarily falling and some pucks that obviously wouldn’t settle down, but ultimately it didn’t seem to set the Bruins back much, as they escaped the Tampa Bay Times Forum with a 4-2 win over the Lightning. Check out everything Krejci had to say in the video above.
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