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Boston Bruins 2016-17 Season Outlook: Patrice Bergeron

Boston Bruins 2016-17 Season Outlook: Patrice Bergeron Should Shine Again There is no better on the Boston Bruins roster than Patrice Bergeron. While there have been many players on the roster over the last few seasons who fans of the Bruins have been upset about losing, such as Tyler Seguin, Johnny Boychuk, and Dougie Hamilton, […] Boston Bruins 2016-17 Season Outlook: Patrice...
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Patrice Bergeron, Three-Time Selke Trophy Winner, Leads Trio Of 2016 Finalists

In the least surprising news to break Thursday night, Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron was announced as one of three finalists for the Frank J. Selke Trophy, given annually to the NHL’s top defensive forward. “Being named a finalist for the Selke Trophy is a tremendous honor and one I am very grateful for,” Bergeron said in a statement. “While it is an individual award...
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April 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Patrice Bergeron Hosting Bruins’ Annual ‘Cuts For A Cause’ Event March 30

The Boston Bruins are going (almost) bald once again. Bruins alternate captain Patrice Bergeron is leading the charge with 98.5 The Sports Hub and other members of the 2015-16 Bruins roster for the ninth annual “Cuts for a Cause” charity event to raise money to fight pediatric cancer, the team announced Friday. Bergeron and his teammates will have their heads shaved by auction...
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March 04, 2016  |  Discuss

Patrice Bergeron: Quebec excited about possible NHL expansion

Few places in North America are more passionate about hockey than Quebec City. As someone who grew up in that area, Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron understands that passion firsthand. Bergeron was a fan of the Quebec Nordiques growing up, but for a variety of reasons, they moved to Denver and became the Colorado Avalanche after the 1994-95 season. Quebec City could have...
Via NESN.com
October 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Patrice Bergeron: New 3-on-3 OT format will be 'exciting to watch'

BOSTON — One rule change NHL fans will immediately recognize this season is the new overtime format. Instead of five minutes of 4-on-4 sudden death overtime with a shootout if no one scores, games tied after regulation will immediately go to 3-on-3 action for five minutes before going to a shootout if needed. One mistake, even a small one, likely will lead in an odd-man rush...
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September 18, 2015  |  Discuss
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