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Apr 17, 2014
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Patrice Bergeron was back on the ice Wednesday for practice and he reported that his undisclosed injury won't be a problem.
CSN Washington Apr 19, 2014

Another battle between Bergeron and Toews

Patrice Bergeron and Jonathan Toews will battle it out as the NHL's top defensive forward.
Winging It In Motown Apr 19, 2014

Patrice Bergeron vs. Pavel Datsyuk and Why Are We Arguing over This?

We know how good these two players are, but are they really that different? Before the series began, there was much debate regarding two very well-rounded players playing against each other in the opening round of this year's Stanley Cup Playoffs. What we are talking about is the fact that there are literally what seem like a million people from Boston talking about Patrice Bergeron and how he's "a thousand times better than Pavel Datsyuk," with a million more from Detroit voicing the opposite. Words were swirling to the point where letters were stripped from the page and tangled in a...

Bergeron remembers playoff butterflies

BOSTON -- As the Bruins prepared to face the Detroit Red Wings in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs Friday night at TD Garden, Patrice Bergeron remembered what it was like to play in his first NHL postseason game. He was an 18-year-old rookie during the 2003-2004 season when the Bruins faced the Montreal Canadiens in the first round. At the time, the Quebec native had played 71 regular-season games and was about to face his hometown team. Bruins veteran Marty Lapointe pulled Bergeron aside to help the rookie calm his nerves.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Apr 18, 2014

Patrice Bergeron: ‘I’m not rooting for anyone except us right now’

Every Stanley Cup playoff series got a head start on the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings. Now, on Friday night, Patrice Bergeron and the Bruins get their chance to show how ready they are after a league-best 117 points in the regular season. “It was great to have those games and get in the [...]
Rotoworld Apr 17, 2014

Patrice Bergeron returned to practice Weds. - Patrice Bergeron (C) Boston Bruins

Patrice Bergeron was back on the ice Wednesday for practice and he reported that his undisclosed injury won't be a problem.
Boston Herald Apr 17, 2014
Buckley: Patrice Bergeron healthy, ready to rock

Buckley: Patrice Bergeron healthy, ready to rock

Patrice Bergeron logged 17 minutes and 45 seconds of ice time in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals last June 24 at the Garden.At the end of the night — after the Chicago Blackhawks had staged a stunning comeback and skated off the Garden ice with the Stanley Cup — that’s about how long it took Bergeron to describe his various injuries.“I had a broken rib, torn cartilage and muscles, and I had a separated shoulder,” Bergeron quietly told a crowd of reporters in the otherwise hushed Boston dressing room.

Before playoffs, B's take on the flu

BOSTON -- The Bruins held their first postseason practice Tuesday at TD Garden as they prepare to host the Detroit Red Wings in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Friday. Many players were absent, including Patrice Bergeron, Loui Eriksson, Chris Kelly, Daniel Paille, Matt Bartkowski, Kevan Miller and Andrej Meszaros. Coach Claude Julien said the flu bug is working its way around the locker room but he’s hoping all will be able to return to practice this week before Friday’s game.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Apr 13, 2014

Bruins finish regular season with loss to Devils

The Bruins concluded their regular season schedule Sunday with a 3-2 loss to the Devils in New Jersey. They finished with an NHL-best 54-18-9 record for 117 points, which earned them the Presidents’ Trophy. The B’s went with a very different lineup in the game, as Patrice Bergeron, Daniel Paille, Chris Kelly, Zdeno Chara, David [...]
Boston Herald Apr 13, 2014

Unselfish Bergeron boasts big numbers in special season

The only statistics Patrice Bergeron ever has seemed to care about are wins and losses. (To be honest, being human, he probably also likes the seven digits that come to the right of a dollar sign on his contract. You can hardly blame him, but that’s beside the point.)

Bergeron nets 30th goal, sits out 3rd period

BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins gave Patrice Bergeron a contract extension last summer because they know he is worth the investment. Bergeron earned an eight-year extension worth $52 million, which all but guarantees he'll spend his entire career with the Bruins. On Saturday, he reached the 30-goal plateau for only the second time in his career to help Boston to a 4-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres at TD Garden. After playing two full periods, however, he did not return for the third.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Apr 12, 2014

No update on Daniel Paille, Patrice Bergeron’s issue ‘very minor’

The Bruins offered no update on winger Daniel Paille, who left Saturday’s game in the third period after taking a big hit from Sabres defenseman Jake McCabe. Paille was slow to leave the ice and has already had two concussions this season. Patrice Bergeron also left the game, but he played the first two periods [...]
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Apr 12, 2014

Bruins clinch Presidents’ Trophy, Patrice Bergeron scores 30th goal in win over Sabres

Patrice Bergeron hit the 30-goal-mark and the Bruins clinched the Presidents’ Trophy Saturday with a 4-1 win over the Sabres. The B’s, who sit at 117 points (54-18-9) with one game to play, will finish with the most points in the NHL for the first time since the 1989-90 season. Bergeron got to 30 goals [...]
Stanley Cup of Chowder Apr 12, 2014
Public Skate Third Period: Bruins 3, Sabres 1

Public Skate Third Period: Bruins 3, Sabres 1

20 MINUTES TO A SHINY THING The Bruins' third goal was Patrice Bergeron's 30th of the season for only the second time since 2005-2006. GOOD WORK SAINT PATRICE
Boston Globe Apr 10, 2014

Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron, Chris Kelly sit out

Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron, and Chris Kelly all sat out Thursday’s game in Winnipeg against the Jets. Chara was simply being rested, but the Bruins said Bergeron was not a healthy scratch. Kelly was nursing a back injury from Tuesday’s game in Minnesota.

Bergeron could get rest tonight

WINNIPEG--Bruins coach Claude Julien is keeping his game face on right to the end, so he wasn't ready to confirm his lineup tonight against the Winnipeg Jets. But it's a good guess that Patrice Bergeron will get a rest tonight against the Jets with call-up Ryan Spooner drawing into the lineup. There were no line rushes in the morning skate -- in which Bergeron did not participate -- so it's not clear what the line configurations will be. It does appear that Jarome Iginla will be back in the lineup after missing three of the last four games with an apparent ankle injury.

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