David Krejci was in playoff form in Game 1. And in Game 2, he picked up right where he left off.
Krejci opened the scoring for the Bruins with 4:19 left in the first period of Game 2 against the Carolina Hurricanes, flinging a wrist shot from the high slot past goalie James Reimer on a B's power play. Manning the point in the absence of David Pastrnak, who was deemed unfit to play for Game 2, Krejci paid immediate dividends.
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Krejci also scored in Game 1. The Bruins out-shot the 'Canes 13-1 with Krejci's line on the ice in that game.
The Bruins led 1-0 after one period against the Hurricanes, despite being out-shot 7-6 in the opening frame.