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Boston Herald Nov 25, 2014
Solid beginning

Solid beginning

David Pastrnak’s first steps on the ice in the National Hockey League were about as uneventful as possible: The 18-year-old rookie jumped over the boards some three minutes into last night’s Bruins-Penguins game, skated about 15 feet — and then scrambled to get back to the bench, as the B’s sent Patrice Bergeron’s line out to match up against Sidney Crosby’s.Not exactly a Hollywood debut for a kid who could become a very significant piece of the Bruins’ future.
Rotoworld Nov 18, 2014

Patrice Bergeron scores in win over Blues - Patrice Bergeron (C) Boston Bruins

Patrice Bergeron registered the game-winning goal for Boston in Tuesday's 2-0 win over the Blues.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 18, 2014

Bruins 2, Blues 0: SHUTOUT! Rank the Bruins!

WHAT A GREAT GAME Patrice Bergeron had goal #1, Torey Krug had goal #2 for his first point since his finger got destroyed. Rank away - GIF recap coming soon! Ranker - Top 10 Lists and More

Fraser will fit wherever B's need him

BOSTON -- Bruins forward Matt Fraser continues to earn the trust of the coaching staff and his teammates during his second season in the organization. With Brad Marchand sidelined with an undisclosed injury for Tuesday’s game against the St. Louis Blues at TD Garden, it appears Fraser will have an opportunity to play on the Bruins’ second line, along with Patrice Bergeron and Reilly Smith. Since the Bruins have dealt with numerous lineup changes this season, Fraser has experience on all four lines, including training camp.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 17, 2014

Fresh Links: Close Enough Edition

At this point, we don't argue a win. The Bruins get a breather to recoup after Saturday's matinee win. Next up? Hosting the Blues on Tues at 7:00 PM. About Saturday afternoon... it was not pretty, but the Bruins got 'er done. Seth Griffith continued his string of wildly entertaining goals, and several Bruins stepped up to lead. [SouthCoastToday] In praise of Patrice Bergeron, who has helped the Bruins hold it together through recent adversity. [BleacherReport] It was a pretty good return to the ice for Matt Bartkowski, who kept it simple. [WEEI] One nagging point is that the Bruins...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 15, 2014

Public Skate Second Period: Bruins 2, Hurricanes 1

That Patrice Bergeron goal though. What a perfect pass from Marchand for his 100th NHL assist! Do you ever think back to 08-09 when Marchand was just a little shit-stirrer in the AHL that no one really thought would get anywhere? Ah, memories. Anyways, 40 minutes to go, let's do the thing
Boston Globe Nov 11, 2014

Bruins' Second Line Continues to Gel

On a night where David Krejci was absent again from the Bruins lineup, it was Patrice Bergeron leading his line to a monster night against the Devils.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 11, 2014

Fresh Links: Double Five-Hole Edition

Oh, dat filthy, filthy goal... The Bruins were sketchy for stretches, but logged two pairs of goals to chase the Devils. This GIF recap encapsulates the game for you. [Boston.com] Take five... observations of the win. The Reilly Smith embellishment call was a flat out turd. [WEEI] As for Seth Griffith, it turns out he had been in the sights of the Bruins brass for quite some time. It is high praise from Patrice Bergeron that he thinks Griffith pays attention to the details. [MassLive] Don't worry about Bergeron, with his three-point night, he is looking a lot more like...
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Nov 11, 2014

Behind Reilly Smith, Patrice Bergeron, Bruins finding their ‘finishing’ touch

Everyone in attendance at TD Garden will remember Monday night’s 4-2 win over the Devils for Seth Griffith spectacular effort late in the second period. But truth be told, the significance of the win goes far beyond that 10-second span. In winning their fifth straight game, the Bruins showed yet again they can actually finish […]
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Nov 11, 2014

Seth Griffith scores a ‘sick’ goal that draws comparisons to Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin

Seth Griffith doesn’t talk the same game he plays. So, when asked about his blocked shot, sprint through a pair of opponents and spin-o-rama that ended with a goal on a backhanded shot with his back facing the net, the rookie had to quote Patrice Bergeron to do the feat justice. “He just said that […]
Boston Herald Nov 11, 2014
Bergeron line shines

Bergeron line shines

In a sign of bad luck for the rest of the Eastern Conference, Reilly Smith and linemates Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand finally appear to be clicking on all cylinders. The trio finished with five points in the Bruins’ 4-2 victory against the New Jersey Devils last night and is starting look like the line coach Claude Julien relied upon so heavily last season.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 10, 2014

Bruins 4, Devils 2: All about that 5-game win streak

Love you Jagr, but no. This recap was originally just going to be the Seth Griffith game-winning highlight reel goal gif over and over and over again, but no. Let's look at some other stuff, too. The Devils opened it up quickly with Travis Zajac catching Tuukka Rask by surprise less than two minutes into the game, but the Bruins responded with two before the period ended; one a power play goal from Carl Soderberg (CARL ALWAYS CARL) and one from Patrice Bergeron. The Devils went over 13 minutes without a shot on goal in the latter part of the first period. In the second, Jaromir Jagr tied it...
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Nov 7, 2014

Torey Krug returns to Bruins practice, David Krejci among absences

WILMINGTON ‘€” David Krejci, Patrice Bergeron and David Warsofsky were all absent from Bruins practice Friday at Ristuccia Arena, though Torey Krug participated in the session. Krug is working his way back from a broken finger suffered last Tuesday against the Wild. He has been skating, but Friday marked his first time practicing with the […]
Boston Globe Nov 5, 2014

Watch: Bergeron Line Key to Bruins Win Streak

Boston.com’s Jeff Pini and CineSport’s Brian Clark discuss the improvement of Brad Marchand and the line of Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, and Reilly Smith as the keys to their three-game winning streak.

Rapid Reaction: Bruins 2, Panthers 1

BOSTON -- After missing two quality chances during the game, the Bruins' Brad Marchand scored with 1:33 remaining in overtime to give Boston a 2-1 victory over the Florida Panthers Tuesday night at TD Garden. The Bruins have won three consecutive games. Patrice Bergeron also scored for the Bruins, while goaltender Tuukka Rask finished with 18 saves. Marchand now has five goals this season and six points in his last three games. After a scoreless first period, the Panthers gained a 1-0 lead on Jussi Jokinen's goal at 4:04 of the second period.

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