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October 4, 2012 | 9:48am ET
Krejci finally set to play at home
TheFourthPeriod.com

Boston Bruins forward David Krejci has agreed to a contract to play in the Czech Republic during the lockout.

Krejci, 26, who signed with HC Pardubice in the Czech league, had originally planned to play in his native country more than two weeks ago, but there was a delay in signing due to Krejci's inability to secure insurance policy.

HC Pardubice will also need to take care of a few administrative formalities as the Czech junior team HC Olomouc still holds Krejci's Czech playing rights.

Krejci is just another player on a long list who have decided to play their game elsewhere during the lockout, including teammates Zdeno Chara, Tyler Seguin, Tuukka Rask, Rich Peverley, Dennis Seidenberg , Patrice Bergeron , Andrew Ference and Anton Khudobin.

In 79 games with the Bruins last season, Krejci tallied 23 goals and 39 assists for 62 points.

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