Patrice Bergeron said he’s feeling 95 percent healed from his injuries sustained in the postseason.
Bruins fans have definitely learned forgiveness.
NHL players will be playing Olympic hockey in Sochi next winter, and several Bruins are in the running to play for Team Canada.
Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Wednesday morning to talk about his wheelings and dealings since the season came to an end, and his thoughts on the future of the club.
The Felger and Masssarotti show from Friday, July 12.
No player better represents the values and character of the Boston Bruins, so it’s perfectly fitting for the team to extend alternate captain Patrice Bergeron for eight years.
Patrice Bergeron and the Boston Bruins agreed to a eight-year contract extension through the 2021-22 season on Friday, meaning the 27-year-old will likely finish career playing for just one franchise.
Rumors have been swirling for days that the Bruins are planning on locking up center Patrice Bergeron with a seven-year contract extension, which would basically be a lifetime deal with the club.
Bruins alternate captain Patrice Bergeron is one tough cookie.
Patrice Bergeron went to the hospital for observation after Game 6 and remains there on Wednesday.