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NewsOct 8, 4 years ago

Five good reasons to like Patrice Bergeron’s contract extension

It’s been 12 hours since the Boston Bruins officially announced the contract extension for their second-round pick in the 2003 NHL Draft, Patrice Bergeron, to a three-year, $15 million deal. And after a few hours to ponder the pros and cons, th…

Report CardsMay 28, 4 years ago

Boston Bruins report card: No. 37 Patrice Bergeron

Name: Patrice Bergeron Position: Center Age: 24 Height: 6’2″ Weight: 194 Shoots: Right Status: $4.75M though 2010-11 season Line combinations: Regular season, EV: 41.27% w/Marco Sturm and Mark Recchi Regular season, PK: 36.04% w/Sturm Reg…

NewsMar 28, 4 years ago

Boston Bruins’ “who’s hot” list

Up front: Lucic: 1-3–4 in three of his last four games while registering 12 hits. Looch has logged 2:12 and 3:06 of ice time on the power play over the last two games after averaging just 0:19 all season. Krejci: Not sure if there’s a bet…

UncategorizedFeb 28, 4 years ago

Boston Bruins’ Olympians final individual stats

Two Bruins will be taking home an Olympic medal. Patrice Bergeron—although being the only Team Canada player with a minus rating—will be bringing Gold back to Boston. Goalie Tim Thomas will take home an Olympic Silver medal from Team USA,…

UncategorizedFeb 25, 4 years ago

Tracking the Boston Bruins’ Olympians

With the quarterfinals now complete, and the semi-finals set to take stage tomorrow, some B’s will be traveling back to Boston to resume their NHL stride, while others will be vying for an Olympic Medal. Here’s how the Bruins’ have …

UncategorizedFeb 20, 4 years ago

Update on the Bruins’ Olympians progress

With each teams playing two games thus far, here’s how the Black-and-Gold members are faring for their respective countries in the 2010 Winter Olympics: Team Canada: [1-0-1, 5 points, 2nd place Group A] Center, No. 37 Patrice Bergeron:  0-1-1 sc…