Patrice Bergeron Named To 2022 NHL All-Star Team; Brad Marchand Not SelectedThe Captain of the B's is heading to the NHL All-Star Game, but Brad Marchand is not.
Patrice Bergeron Disappointed That He Won't Get One Final Olympic ExperiencePatrice Bergeron has a pair of gold medals from his two Olympic experiences with Team Canada. The 36-year-old Bruins captain was hoping for a third shot at gold come February, but that was taken away from him when the NHL decided it was backing out of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Bruins Place Patrice Bergeron In COVID ProtocolAfter placing Brad Marchand and Craig Smith in COVID protocol, the Bruins have added another player to the list on Wednesday. And he's a pretty important one.
Brad Marchand Adds Another Shorthanded Goal To His Resume In Bruins' Win Over OilersIt's not even hyperbole to say that the Bruins are just as much a risk to score as the opposing power play when Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron are on the penalty kill. The Edmonton Oilers learned this lesson firsthand on Thursday night.
Patrice Bergeron Bursts Out Of Scoring Slump With Four-Goal NightPatrice Bergeron had zero goals heading into Thursday night's showdown with the Red Wings at TD Garden. But by the end of the second period, the Bruins captain had already secured his seventh career hat trick.
Patrice Bergeron Wins Mark Messier NHL Leadership AwardPatrice Bergeron did not win the Selke Award last week, but he will be taking home another trophy for his efforts during the 2021 season.
Eleven Voters Left Patrice Bergeron Off Their Selke Ballots, A Crime Against Hockey HumanityIn the voting for the Selke Trophy, 11 voters left Patrice Bergeron off their ballots entirely. That is madness.
David Pastrnak, Patrice Bergeron, Tuukka Rask Recognized By NHL Players As Some Of The Best In The GameWhen the opinions are being offered by the players themselves about their fellow players, it's a pretty good indication that the opinions are worth valuing.
Bergeron Going Year By Year With Career, Swayman 'Addicted' To Playoff Hockey, And Everything Else From Bruins' Final Press ConferencesHere's everything the Bruins said in their year-end press conferences over Zoom.
With Aging Core, Bruins May Be In For Some Big Changes This OffseasonIt's getting a lot harder for the Bruins to come to terms with their abrupt endings, because the team isn't sure how many more opportunities they'll get as a group.
Tuukka Rask May Need Surgery, Not Offering Any Sense Of Future Plans: 'We'll See'As the playoffs wore on, Tuukka Rask wore down. And the Bruins' netminder may require surgery in the coming offseason.
Bruce Cassidy Lets It Rip On Referees, 'New York Saints' After Frustrating Game 5 LossBruce Cassidy dipped his toes into the water of criticizing the officiating after Game 4. But after Game 5? He went with a cannonball off the high dive.
Patrice Bergeron Responds To Barry Trotz's Accusation Of 'Cheating' On FaceoffsBarry Trotz is calling upon the "very-capable officiating crew" to prevent Patrice Bergeron from cheating on faceoffs.
The NHL's Selke Trophy Really Ought To Be Named For Patrice Bergeron At This PointPatrice Bergeron is a finalist for the Selke Trophy. Again. For the 10th straight year.
Patrice Bergeron, Taylor Hall Helped Make Pasta Hat Trick Happen, And Other Leftover Bruins ThoughtsThat was incredible. Let's revisit that Game 1 win in front of a full Boston crowd, shall we?