PITTSBURGH — There are two kinds of performers. Those whose act is drowned out by a big stage and those whose performance is amplified by it. David Krejci’s act only becomes better on hockey’s grandest stage — the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Bruins forward is a Czech who can’t be voided in the postseason. You can bank on Krejci elevating his game come playoff time. He did it in 2011, when the Bruins hoisted the Cup, leading the playoffs in goals (12) and points (23). He’s doing it again.