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level and how it makes everyone around him better, but what it also does is it changes the batting order. Now [ Patrice ] Bergeron is not the No. 1, he’s No. 2. [Carl] Soderberg is not the No. 2, he’s the No. 3, Gregory Campbell
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finals, which they would have had a better chance of winning if Zdeno Chara ’s hip hadn’t been messed up and Patrice Bergeron hadn’t been playing through an injury or four. Yet to look at the teams still playing right now, they are different
stand around while Plekanec raced down the ice had to know at that moment that the Bruins were not in this game. Patrice Bergeron is someone who always has an honest take. How he would characterize the Bruins overall effort? "On and off I guess
chances and then they scored that second one and it definitely took the momentum and the wind out of our sails," said Patrice Bergeron of Game 6. "We knew they were a tough team. They have a lot of character, so do we. It's about Game 7 now
for keeping the 23-year-old in the top six after an up-and-down regular season. Smith solidified himself as Patrice Bergeron ’s right wing with a start to his first season in Boston that saw him score 18 goals in the first 52 games of
try to explain it because that’s something I wish every kid could feel.” One kid who knows the feeling is Patrice Bergeron , though the situations were rather different. Playing in his second playoff game as rookie back in the 2003-04
night, but Pekka Rinne stood every bit as tall on the other end before stopping Brad Marchand , Reilly Smith and Patrice Bergeron in the shootout. Derek Roy scored the only goal of the shootout for the Predators. Rask had 38 saves on the night
to the Senators, but it could have been worse. Patrice Bergeron had a late injury scare in the third period, but ..... five-on-five goals against for the Bruins with Patrice Bergeron and Zdeno Chara on the ice together. That number is
18-year-old had one point (an assist) during his five-game stint in Boston’s lineup. He played mostly with Patrice Bergeron on one of Boston’s top two lines. The tournament will be held in Toronto in Montreal, with Pastrnak leaving to
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 more NHL games without burning off the
That changed 29 seconds into the game, as he finished off a play courtesy of slick passing from Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron . He would add a second goal shortly after a Sharks power play goal in the second period. Speaking of Marchand and