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Dec 18, 2014
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Patrice Bergeron netted his sixth goal of the season in Wednesday's overtime win over Minnesota.
Rotoworld Dec 18, 2014

Patrice Bergeron snaps goalless slump - Patrice Bergeron (C) Boston Bruins

Patrice Bergeron netted his sixth goal of the season in Wednesday's overtime win over Minnesota.

Patrice Bergeron appears to hurt left hand

BOSTON -- The injury-plagued Boston Bruins received a bit of a scare during Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Ottawa Senators at TD Garden. With 5:21 remaining in the third period, the Bruins' Patrice Bergeron had control of the puck near the penalty box when the Senators' Mike Hoffman slashed Boston's assistant captain on the left hand. Bergeron dropped his stick, skated to the bench and quickly went to the dressing room and did not return for the remainder of the period.
Boston Globe Dec 13, 2014

The Only Thing You Need to Know About the Bruins' Shootout Loss to the Senators

Although the Bruins lost 3-2 in a shootout on Saturday, the most important factor for the B’s moving forward was what happened in the third period to center Patrice Bergeron.

Bruins keep Gagne in their thoughts

BOSTON – With Bruins forward Simon Gagne out indefinitely due to a personal leave of absence to be with his ailing father, Gagne’s teammate have him and his family in their thoughts. Gagne returned to Quebec to be with his father, who was recently diagnosed with an incurable form of liver cancer. “It’s a sad situation and we’re all here for him, we’re all supporting him,” said Bruins assistant captain Patrice Bergeron.

Fresh Links: Blues Clues Edition

Peter Chiarelli and his scouts have been making the rounds Tappin' our toes, waiting until Thursday evening... The Bruins have been scouting St. Louis for forwards (no, not scouting Martin St. Louis.) [NicholsOnHockey] Going over notes from the roadie, here are a few takeaways. [NESN] Hang onto your seats, the Bruins have been merely average thus far, thankfully in a mediocre field of Eastern competition. [TheBostonGlobe] Patrice Bergeron will be helping to promote a health insurance enrollment fair, because Patrice Bergeron.  [BizJournal] As for the Bruins'...
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Dec 7, 2014

Bruins return David Pastrnak to Providence

The Bruins returned right wing David Pastrnak to Providence Sunday, according to the AHL transactions page. Pastrnak has played five games in the NHL this season, registering an assist and posting an even rating. He played mostly on a line with Patrice Bergeron in addition to receiving power play time. The 18-year-old can play four […]

Rookie Pastrnak sent back to Providence

The Boston Bruins have assigned rookie forward David Pastrnak to Providence of the AHL, according to league transactions. After playing the first five games of his NHL career, Pastrnak was a healthy scratch during Boston's 5-2 win against the Arizona Coyotes Saturday night. The 18-year-old forward had one assist since his debut on Nov. 24. Prior to Saturday's game, Bruins coach Claude Julien had Pastrnak playing on the team's second line with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand the previous few games.
Boston Herald Nov 29, 2014
Bruins Notebook: David Pastrnak looks just about ready

Bruins Notebook: David Pastrnak looks just about ready

If David Pastrnak can play every night like he did last night, he’ll eventually get his points. In fact, if he can play like that every night, the 18-year-old just may have seen the last of Providence.In his second NHL game and first one starting on a top line with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand, Pastrnak fired a game-high seven shots on net, demonstrated some terrific stick skills in maintaining possession in tight quarters on several occasions and showed little fear in playing with and against grown men.
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.

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