Is this playoff stud a regular season underachiever?
David Krejci's fantastic 2013 playoff run ended with a Stanley Cup Final appearance and a post-season leading 26 points in 22 games. To put this in perspective, Krejci tallied seven more post-season points than Conn Smythe winner Patrick Kane who finished 2nd in playoff scoring with 19 points.
In the 2010-11 playoffs, Krejci hoisted the Stanley Cup and led the playoffs in scoring with 23 points in 25 post-season games. Over the past three post-seasons, Krejci has two playoff scoring titles to his credit and a total of 52 points in 54 playoff games. David Krejci is a playoff stud.
So how does this line up with what most us really care about – his regular season stats and his contribution to fantasy rosters. Let's take a closer look at Krejci's past three regular seasons.
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