Patrice Bergeron Edges Out Milan Lucic For Highest ‘Cuts For A Cause’ Auction Bid
BOSTON (CBS) – Shawn Thornton, a record number of his Bruins teammates and various Sports Hub personalities will all gets their head shaved by auction winners at the 7th annual Cuts For A Cause, taking place this Wednesday at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, and hosted by Fred and Jon Wallach of the Toucher & Rich show.
All of the money raised at the event will be donated to the Shawn Thornton Foundation, the Boston Bruins Foundation and Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center.
The bidding ended this past Friday and the final numbers have been tallied, so which Bruin did people bid the highest for?
If you guessed Patrice Bergeron you’d be right.
The assistant captain garnered a whopping $3,220.00 and just beat out teammate Milan Lucic ($3,020.00) for the highest bid. Bergeron was unable to participate last year due to getting married, so the 28-year-old was definitely more in demand this time around.
Here is the full list:
Adam McQuaid $1,170.00
Andrej Meszaros $800.00
Carl Soderberg $750.00
Chad Johnson $770.00
Chris Kelly $680.00
Corey Potter $720.00
Daniel Paille $875.00
Dennis Seidenberg $820.00
Dougie Hamilton $840.00
Gregory Campbell $1,370.00
Jarome Iginla $1,030.00
Johnny Boychuk $1,020.00
Jordan Caron $995.00
Kevan Miller $785.00
Matt Bartkowski $1,125.00
Milan Lucic $3,020.00
Patrice Bergeron $3,220.00
Reilly Smith $820.00
Torey Krug $940.00
Zdeno Chara $1,120.00
John Wallach $600.00
Marc Bertrand $820.00
Mike Felger $1,000.00
Rich Shertenlieb $520.00
Tony Massarotti $700.00
Thanks to everyone who participated and we’ll see you on Wednesday!
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