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Patrice Bergeron said he is currently at "95 percent" healthy in his return from a host of physical ailments that he suffered during the Stanley Cup Final including the punctured lung that landed him in the hospital.
Bergeron spoke at a press conference along with four other members of the Team Canada orientation team at the Markin MacPhail Centre at Canada Olympic Park on Sunday afternoon.
"I feel pretty good" Bergeron said. "I'm pretty much at 95 percent."
Bergeron said he is confident that he'll be ready for training camp and that he'll "definitely" be ready for the start of the season in October.
The Bruins center sustained a broken rib and torn cartilage during the Final against the Chicago Blackhawks. In Game 6 of that series Bergeron also separated his shoulder and it was later found that his lung had been punctured. Bergeron spent three days in the hospital after the Bruins season ended.
Bergeron isn't the only per...
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Photo courtesy of Boston Bruins It appears that the Boston Bruins will have another representative at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Peter Chiarelli normally wearing the general manager hat for the Black and Gold was added to Team Canada’s Olympic management staff. The announcement was made official on Sunday as 46 Olympic hopefuls met in Calgary for a three-day orientation. Chiarelli...
Bruins training camp officially opens a week from Wednesday, but a handful of B’s were back on the practice Tuesday to get some work in.
The Black and Gold hit the practice ice at Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington, Mass., on Tuesday morning for captain’s practices. A bunch of Bruins were in attendance, including the biggest of the club’s big-name summer acquisitions. Future Hall...
No ice? No problem.
Hockey Canada didn’t need ice to begin its preparations for the Sochi Olympics on Monday as the hopefuls played a little street-hockey at orientation in Calgary.
Head coach Mike Babcock wanted to run some walk-throughs on the Olympic-sized 200-by-100-foot rink, but because of insurance issues, not all players were able to skate. Instead, they tossed on some...
Individual tickets for all Boston Bruins home games will go on sale Friday, Sept. 6, at 11 a.m.
After a lockout-shortened 2012-13 campaign, the Bruins will play a full 82-game schedule this season, beginning Oct. 3 against the Tampa Bay Lightning at TD Garden.
The B’s will play four of their first five games at home — including two against new division rival Detroit — and host...
So Gregory Campbell is having an autograph sesson next month at Sports Authority in Braintree. But he won't sign everything...
Love the line that says Campbell will not sign any photos related to his injury. Can't say that we blame him. Still an amusing line.
S/T to Garrett for this one.https://twitter.com/TwoOsinGoose_
This 2013-14 NHL Season Preview features Stanley Cup Finalists Boston Bruins.
Boston’s 2012-13 was a season of close calls. They were beaten by one point for the Northeast division title by the Montreal Canadiens, they barely squeaked by the Toronto Maple Leafs in their first round playoff match-up, needing a record comeback to do it, and they were a little over a minute from sending...