Krejci day-to-day, no broken bones


It could’ve been worse for Bruins forward David Krejci.

According to Boston coach Claude Julien, Krejci didn’t break any bones when he was hit in the leg by a shot from teammate Johnny Boychuk on Sunday.

For now, Krejci is being considered day-to-day. The Bruins will decide later tonight or tomorrow morning if they need to call up a player from AHL Providence for Tuesday’s game in Winnipeg (per’s Joe Haggerty).

Krejci, 26, is second on the Bruins with 24 points. And after the loss of Chris Kelly to a broken left tibia, Boston would’ve found itself exceedingly thin down the middle if the injury had been more serious.

Update (3:58 p.m. ET):

Per Haggerty, the B’s have called up forward Ryan Spooner.

Spooner, 21, has 45 points in 50 games with Providence this season.

Boston drafted Spooner 45th overall in 2010.