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Bruins fans everywhere know how much Patrice Bergeron means.
“Bergy” embodies what being a Boston Bruin is all about. He is the symbol of selflessness and sacrifice as he played through a plethora of injuries this past post-season.
He is the face of the franchise and will be the next captain of the Black & Gold when Zdeno Chara hangs them up.
So Bruins fans sit back and immerse yourselves in 226 seconds of pure Patrice Bergeron brilliance.
Can Bergy get any better?
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