Bergeron Skates With Bruins On Friday, Cassidy Not Ruling Him Out For Game 5When Patrice Bergeron misses a playoff game, it has to be something serious.
Patrice Bergeron A Selke Finalist For Seventh Straight SeasonFor the seventh year in a row, Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron is a finalist for the Frank J. Selke Trophy.
Kalman: Bruins' First Line Producing, Leaving Matthews At Loss For WordsThe Bruins’ first line of Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak has reduced Auston Matthews to a score-less pedestrian player on the ice.
Hurley: Butt-Kicking By Bolts Could Serve Bruins Well In Long Run"It's part of realizing you can't take a night off, no matter what night it is and who you're playing and what happened the night before. You have to be at your best."
Patrice Bergeron Participates In Bruins' Morning SkateIt's been three weeks since Patrice Bergeron was shelved due to a fractured right foot, but the Bruins' best all-around forward took a big step toward a return to game action on Monday.
Brad Marchand's Discipline Vs. Red Wings Equally As Impressive As His Hat TrickAt 29 years old, Brad Marchand isn’t as easy a mark as might’ve been in his younger days
Patrice Bergeron Out At Least Two Weeks With Fractured Right FootThe Boston Bruins are losing their leading goal-scorer for at least two weeks.
How Patrice Bergeron Had A Jean Ratelle-Type Night In Front Of The Hall Of FamerDown in Florida during the winter, Jean Ratelle doesn’t get the Bruins games on television unless they’re playing one of the Florida teams. At this rate, Ratelle’s going to have a lot of chances to watch Bergeron on those nationally television postseason games.
Why It Was Fitting Bergeron Scored Game-Winner On 'Hockey Is For Everyone' NightKnown as a somewhat quiet leader during his 15 years with the Bruins, Patrice Bergeron believes it’s important to be vocal when equality and fairness are at stake.
Patrice Bergeron Named NHL's First Star Of The WeekBergeron scored a career-high four goals in Saturday night's 7-1 win over the Hurricanes, and he followed up that performance with an assist in Sunday night's back-and-forth overtime loss in Pittsburgh.
Sickness Couldn't Stop Bruins' Bergeron From 4-Goal OutburstA sick Patrice Bergeron is the most dangerous kind of Patrice Bergeron.
New Hall of Famer Mark Recchi Influenced Bergeron’ Growth To Greatness, Continues To Affect BruinsEven if he wasn’t going to be inducted in Toronto on Monday, Mark Recchi would be immortal in Bruins’ lore both because of his tangible contributions he made to the 2011 Stanley Cup championship and the immediate and lasting impact he made on alternate captain Patrice Bergeron and other Bruins he mentored.