WASHINGTON - After Thursday’s 2-1 loss to the Capitals at the Verizon Center, David Krejci slumped at his stall. Krejci, the Bruins’ most offensive-minded center, looked like someone who failed to put a single puck on goal.
“It [stinks],’’ Krejci said. “You try to stay positive. But it’s so hard, you know? We’ve got to be better at this area. We don’t have many days to practice. Every time we go out on the ice, we’ve got to make sure we shoot to score. It starts in practice. We’ve got to work on it.’’