toewscrosby:

marcus kruger is really important x


@AdamRogowin: Marcus Kruger is an excellent penalty killer. But he’s awful at coloring.

@AdamRogowin: Marcus Kruger is an excellent penalty killer. But he’s awful at coloring.

(Source: devsbhawks)

unrealatmosphere:

Marcus Kruger & @shawz15er spending time w/ friends at @LurieChildrens today, in support of @EricandKathy #EK4Kids 
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unrealatmosphere:

Marcus Kruger & spending time w/ friends at today, in support of

- x

chi-towwn:

This is why I miss hockey season

devsbhawks:

shawz65: Me and @krugermarcus were so excited to meet Hilary Duff today #socool #lizzy

devsbhawks:

shawz65Me and @krugermarcus were so excited to meet Hilary Duff today #socool #lizzy

lordtoews:

Marcus Kruger looking fine and speaking Swedish [x]

for kingduchene

bluecheeseblues:

@difhockeyse: Kronwall, Hörnqvist, Krüger och Fredrik Claesson stöttar föreningsinsamlingen som just nu är uppe i nästan 800 000 kronor. Alla bidrag är lika viktiga - surfa in på difhockey.se och läs mer!

bluecheeseblues:

#Fairplay2014 [x]

#Fairplay2014 is an initiative started by supporters of the SHL team Djurgården IF with the goal to even out the economic inequalities that came along with being promoted to the top tier league, where the team that gets promoted are obligated to pay the team that is degraded a sum of 7 million SEK (roughly $1,000,000). 
Now these former Djurgården players (currently all in the NHL, with the exception of Fredrik Claesson) have decided to pitch in as well.In the picture, from left to right: Douglas Murray (Montreal Canadiens), Jacob Josefson (New Jersey Devils), Patric Hörnqvist (Pittsburgh Penguins), Fredrik Claesson (Binghamton Senators), Niklas Kronwall (Detroit Red Wings), Johnny Oduya and Marcus Krüger (both Chicago Blackhawks).

bluecheeseblues:

#Fairplay2014 [x]

#Fairplay2014 is an initiative started by supporters of the SHL team Djurgården IF with the goal to even out the economic inequalities that came along with being promoted to the top tier league, where the team that gets promoted are obligated to pay the team that is degraded a sum of 7 million SEK (roughly $1,000,000). 

Now these former Djurgården players (currently all in the NHL, with the exception of Fredrik Claesson) have decided to pitch in as well.

In the picture, from left to right: Douglas Murray (Montreal Canadiens), Jacob Josefson (New Jersey Devils), Patric Hörnqvist (Pittsburgh Penguins), Fredrik Claesson (Binghamton Senators), Niklas Kronwall (Detroit Red Wings), Johnny Oduya and Marcus Krüger (both Chicago Blackhawks).