Blues forward Robert Thomas has epic reaction to Torey Krug becoming his teammate
Blues center Robert Thomas has an epic reaction to his teammate Torey Krug, who originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston
One of Torey Krug's most memorable moments with the Boston Bruins came in Game 1 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final when he absolutely beat up St. Louis Blues striker Robert Thomas in the third half with a badass open-ice hit.
Fast forward about a year and a half later and Krug is now a member of the Blues and teammate at Thomas. The veteran defender agreed to sign a seven-year, $ 45 million deal with the Blues on the first day of the NHL independent agency on Friday.
Updated view of Bruins' blue line after Krug's departure
Here's a look at the giant hit from a helmetless pitcher that unleashes his frustration after failing to take a penalty on the other end of the ice.
Thomas responded to Krug joining the blues with the perfect tweet, photo, and line from the movie "Step Brothers".
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Check out the bottom of the post that includes Krug's Saturday morning response.
Well played Rob.
The Blues and their fans hope that Krug will bring the same passion and physicality to the ice during his tenure in St. Louis, and there is little doubt that he will.
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