Found September 14, 2013 on BruinsLife:
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         Patrice Bergeron is the heart of the Bruins team, and everything, (and I mean everything, hockey, work, breakfast, whatever) is better when Bergeron is healthy. The problem over the summer was, Bergeron wasn't healthy - breakfast didn't taste quite as sweet. But now, as summer comes to a close, the news is getting better and better.     The twenty-eight year old center, who suffered from a variety of painful injuries earlier this Spring, is getting closer and closer to one hundred percent. Patrice has been on the ice to practice, but he hasn't quite been cleared to play yet. This means that he most likely won't be taking part in many, if any of the Bruins preseason matchups that begin on Monday. Sure, if this were the playoffs, it might, no, this would be another story, but it's not, it's the preseason, so it's a good idea to be cautious when it comes to health, especially for a guy like Bergy.         But, from the looks of it now, Bergy could b...
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