Found December 21, 2011 on NESN.com:
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The Bruins are playing at an extremely high level right now, as evidenced by them winning 18 of their last 21 games. Playing at such a high level has become standard practice for forward Patrice Bergeron, whose two-way style of play continues to help provide a backbone for the Bruins and their success. Jack Edwards, who has at times used broadcasts to advocate for Bergeron to win the Selke Award this year, said that Bergeron is now one of the game's elite players. To see much more, check out the video above from NESN Daily.
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