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What can you say about Patrice Bergeron that hasn’t already been said? There’s certainly not a lot, and when talking about the Bruins center, the same words and phrases keep coming back again and again.
That will likely be the case once again in the coming days after it was announced that Bergeron has signed an eight-year contract extension with the Bruins that will keep him in black and gold for a very long time. Bergeron’s reputation as a good hockey player is exceeded only by his reputation as a good professional and a good person. Anyone who’s ever spoken to him for even a few seconds has come away with the same impression.
But those who know him best outside his family are his teammates, his second family. That was no more evident than this postseason when Bergeron played through myriad of injuries on the way to the Stanley Cup Final. So on the day he re-signs with the Bruins, there’s really no better way to describe his impact and what he means to the B’s than to hear it from ...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Boston Bruins have had the same strong core of players for quite some time, which saw two Stanley Cup Finals appearances, while hoisting one. It was a bit of a surprise to the fan base when the front office decided to shake things up in the roster, which leaves fans asking, will the Bruins be better or worse this upcoming season? It’s a tough question to answer at this point...
Very little is certain about the Bruins during this offseason of rapid roster movement, but after Friday, one fact became abundantly clear: Patrice Bergeron will not be wearing any jersey not adorned with the spoked-B for a very, very long time.
Bergeron signed an eight-year, $52 million contract extension, keeping the center in Boston until 2022. The deal was met with almost universal...
The Bruins announced on Friday that they have agreed on a long-term extension with center Patrice Bergeron, whose current deal was set to expire next year. The extension is for eight years, $52 million ($6.5 per).
That’s a very fair price for the 27-year old Bergeron, one of the best two-way forwards in the NHL and undoubtedly the Bruins next captain.
The Bruins were clear in their...
The heart and soul of the Bruins is going to be wearing black and gold for a very long time.
The Bruins announced Friday morning that they have signed forward Patrice Bergeron to an eight-year contract extension. Bergeron has one year remaining on his current deal, which means this deal will go into effect after next season. The 2012 Selke Trophy winner will make an average of $6...
The Boston Bruins announced Friday that the club has signed forward Patrice Bergeron to an eight-year, $52 million contract extension through the 2021-22 season. The 27-year-old will make $5 million next season in
How do you keep yourself busy if you're the FBI's #1 most wanted fugitive? If you're legendary Boston gangster Whitey Bulger, you attend Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals, of course.
Boston, MA - Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today, July 12, that the club has signed forward Patrice Bergeron to an eight-year contract extension through the 2021-22 season. Bergeron’s salary is worth an annual cap figure of $6,500,000.
Bruins center Patrice Bergeron has signed an eight-year
extension through the 2021-2022 season.
The Boston Bruins and Patrice Bergeron have agreed on a 8 year contract entension.
Bergeron’s 8-year extension will kick in beginning 2014-15 (1 year left on current 3-yr deal); worth an annual cap figure of $6.5 million^CS
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) July 12, 2013
Bergy will be a Bruin for a very long time!
The Bruins and Tuukka Rask hope they’re able to keep their relationship together for the entirety of the goalie’s eight-year contract, and there’s certainly language in the new deal that will help ensure that.
Rask signed a new deal Wednesday for eight years and $56 million, and the reported details of that contract have begun to leak out. While Rask apparently has plenty of...
Being the most wanted man in the United States is no reason to miss cheering on the Boston Bruins to a Stanley Cup victoy.
Whitey Bulger bleeds Black & Gold and this story proves it.
The Boston Liberal:
While they were tailing him, he boldly drove 20+ hours from Santa Monica and crossed the Canadian border to Vancouver. There he somehow scored a game 7 ticket. Not that money...
LAST ACT AS A BRUIN
The Bruins Army Ranger jacket, which became a symbol of effort and sacrifice in the Bruins locker room after the Boston Marathon tragedy and during the Bruins Stanley Cup run this past season, was presented one last time by Andrew Ference today. After every game, it was given to the player who stepped up the most, who faced the challenge head on and bested it. It became an important...
On Wednesday when it was officially announced that Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask had received his new contract extension, Bruins fans seemed split on whether or not it was a good or bad signing for the hockey club. His maximum length contract of 8 years at $7 million per year was expensive and many fans of the Boston Bruins still are not sure if Tuukka Rask is even an elite...
Yesterday news broke that Tuukka Rask signed an 8 year, $56 million dollar contract - making him the highest paid goaltender in the league. A lot of people went *******, saying that the Rask contract was "way too long" and "giving a goalie 8 years is stupid". They may be right, but in the end I'd rather have 8 years of Rask than 0 years of Rask.
The Boston Bruins have resigned Tuuka Rask and Patrice Bergeron to eight-year contracts. Bergy’s deal is worth 52 million and Tukka’s deal is worth 56 million dollars.
The Minnesota Wild have signed Jonathon Blum and Jon Landry to one-year, two-way free agent deals. Landry will more than likely play with the Iowa Wild of the AHL. Blum is a former first round draft choice...