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Boston Globe Apr 23, 2015

Patrice Bergeron Named Finalist for Selke Trophy

Another year, another Selke Trophy nomination for Patrice Bergeron.
Boston Herald Apr 23, 2015
Patrice Bergeron again a Selke finalist

Patrice Bergeron again a Selke finalist

Bruins center Patrice Bergeron, like most of his teammates, did not have one of his finest seasons in 2014-15. But he was good enough to be named a finalist for the Frank J. Selke Trophy, which goes to the NHL’s top defensive forward.Bergeron, a two-time Selke winner (2011-12 and 2013-14), is the favorite to win again at the NHL Awards show in Las Vegas June 23.The other finalists are Chicago Blackhawks all-round star Jonathan Toews, who won in 2012-13, and Los Angeles Kings stalwart Anze Kopitar.
Second City Hockey Apr 22, 2015

Blackhawks Jonathan Toews named Selke Trophy finalist

For the second straight year, Patrice Bergeron, Anze Kopitar and Toews are 3 finalists for NHL's top defensive forward. For the fourth time in five years, Jonathan Toews has been named one of three finalist for the 2014-15 Frank J. Selke Trophy, which is awarded "to the forward who best excels in the defensive aspects of the game," the NHL announced Wednesday night. The Chicago Blackhawks captain is joined by Boston Bruins' Patrice Bergeron and Los Angeles Kings' Anze Kopitar for the second straight year. Bergeron won the award in 2014 over Kopitar and Toews, and the Boston center has won...

Panthers 4, Bruins 2 -- Welp.

Everything is awful. Win on Saturday. Let's see, well, this was bad and the Bruins have lost control of their playoff destiny with one game to play. It didn't start that way, with Boston outplaying Florida early and Patrice Bergeron scoring a PPG after drawing a penalty. Aleksander Barkov equaled the score at 1-1 with his own PP snipe, assisted by ol' pal Jaromir Jagr, but things hadn't completely fallen apart yet. Frankly, the changes Claude made were good ones, overall, and, despite the fact that the Bruins came in on short rest, they really only started to look like it late in the...

Public Skate, Third Period: Bruins 1, Panthers 1

The biggest twenty minutes of the season, coming right up. St. Patrice Bergeron on the Power Play for a 1-0 lead, Aleksander Barkov with a PPG equalizer. 1-1 after 2. Ottawa is up 2-0 with less than seven minutes remaining Detroit and Montreal are tied at 2 after 2. Pittsburgh doesn't play until tomorrow because I hate them. Winning time!

Bruins at Panthers Complete Coverage

The Bruins have upped the ante in terms of what's expected via their run of success over the past five years or so, and that's a good thing. The bad thing is that they're inching closer to missing the playoffs in a year where, while transitional in some aspects, Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron and the like are still in their primes. And with wasting a year of those two, among others, comes scrutiny on the team, the coaching, and the organization in general. We've spent a lot of time having discussions about how much the bottom of the roster actually affects things. Sometimes in the vein of...

Tweet Salad

It was deja vu at TD Garden! Woah there is a new Kars For Kids jam?! — Jeff Israel (@jeffisrael25) April 3, 2015 As @Globesullivan pointed out, that's definitely the first time a story I've written has been tweeted by @HarvardDivinity! — Amalie Benjamin (@AmalieBenjamin) April 6, 2015 Patrice Bergeron with a huge goal in a game against Toronto with major playoff implications? Never! — Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) April 5, 2015 Man oh man. The Leafs have saved the Bruins two points with their recent wins over Sens. If Bruins make playoffs, Leafs are a...

Recap! Bruins Eek Out Victory in Shootout, 2-1 F/SO

It didn't necessarily feel good, but they desperately needed the two points. Gifs/Vids all courtesy of @PeteBlackburn/Days of Y'Orr & @CrzyCanucklehed/Our own Chris Abraham. The Bruins remain tied with the Detroit Red Wings at 95 points, and 3 points up on the 92-point Ottawa Senators. Patrice Bergeron and Tuukka Rask--your 98.5 Three Starts of 2014-15--won this game. Boston as a team had 50 shots on goal, but hit countless more skates, sticks, and posts, or just flat-out missed the net. James Reimer won't get enough credit for how well he played, but at this point what's the...

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