BOSTON - David Krejci didn't have much time to think about hockey on Thursday.
While his teammates prepped for a tilt with the Calgary Flames, Krejci had his hands full with a much different - and more important - task. The veteran pivot's wife, Naomi, had given birth to a healthy baby boy, the couple's second child.
Despite his lack of sleep - with the exception of a quick pregame nap, approved by his wife - Krejci reported for work, and didn't miss a beat. The 32-year-old picked up two primary assists, one on each of linemate Jake DeBrusk's goals, to help the Bruins to a 6-4 victory over the Calgary Flames at TD Garden.