BREAKING: David Krejci releases a major update on his retirement

The Boston Bruins have experienced a significant shake-up this offseason, with several high-profile players departing as free agents and the retirement of their long-time captain, Patrice Bergeron.

However, amidst all these changes, the fate of another Bruins legend, David Krejci, remains uncertain.

According to a report by Sport. Cz, Krejci is currently undecided about where he will lace up his skates next season, and he plans to take some time to carefully weigh his options.

"I don't think I'm going to start the season 99 percent start the season anywhere. In the NHL, in the Czech Republic, not even in Europe. If it takes me up until Christmas to decide, it takes until Christmas," Krejci expressed candidly.

While it seems Krejci isn't quite ready to hang up his skates just yet, it appears that he may be bidding farewell to the NHL.

If that indeed becomes the case, the seasoned veteran will conclude his illustrious NHL career with an impressive 1032 games played, amassing a remarkable total of 786 points, which includes an impressive 231 goals and 555 assists.

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