Patrice Bergeron RUMORS & NEWS

  • Patrice Bergeron Doesn’t Sound Like Biggest Fan Of NHL’s Faceoff Crackdown

    NESN "Patrice Bergeron hasn’t finished outside the NHL’s top 10 in faceoff percentage since 2010-11, so the Boston Bruins center knows a thing or two about draws. Bergeron is also a consummate professional who rarely speaks out against anything that might be perceived as slightly controversial...." September 22

  • Bruins’ Bergeron on hernia injury: It was ‘in my head’ last season

    Sportsnet "When all was said and done, Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron put together what most would deem a successful 2016-17 season. The 32-year-old eclipsed the 20-goal mark and racked up a total of 53 points on the year. He also walked away with the Selke Trophy as the NHL’s top defensive..." September 12

  • Patrice Bergeron on David Pastrnak talks: 'He wants to be here'

    CSN New England "With roughly two weeks to go until NHL training camp, the Bruins commenced with captain’s practice on Thursday morning at Warrior Ice Arena without 21-year-old David Pastrnak. The game-breaking right winger remains the lone unsigned B’s player as the calendar turns to September on Friday, and..." August 31

  • Bergeron wins record-tying 4th Selke Trophy

    Mass Live "Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron is widely regarded as one of the top defensive forwards to ever play in the NHL -- a sentiment reinforced yet again Wednesday night in Las Vegas. For the fourth time in his career, Bergeron was singled out as the top defensive forward in the league -- with..." June 22

  • Thumbs up for Bruins Patrice Bergeron, Tuukka Rask after surgery

    Boston Herald "Two of the most important Bruin veterans kicked off their offseasons by going under the knife. Patrice Bergeron (sports hernia) and Tuukka Rask (right groin) both underwent successful surgeries in the last two days, the Bruins announced on Tuesday. Both are are expected to be ready for the..." May 10

  • Patrice Bergeron Played Entire Season With Sports Hernia

    CBS Boston "Patrice Bergeron’s slow start to the season makes a lot more sense now. The Bruins’ top-line center played the entire 2016-17 season with a sports hernia, the team confirmed on Tuesday. Surgery could be an option for Bergeron in the offseason. Bergeron missed the first three games of the..." April 25