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2021 2058.2 25 40 65 26 18:10
2020 1677.3 23 25 48 27 18:12
3y Avg. 188.257.2 26 30 56 25 18:16
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Fantasy News

  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Listed on camp roster

    Bergeron (elbow) is listed on the Bruins' training camp roster, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. Bergeron underwent surgery on his injured elbow in late May. He was given a 10-week recovery timeline at the time, and it appears he's met that mark. The 37-year-old center is projected to be the Bruins' top center once again in 2022-23.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Back for another season

    The Bruins have re-signed Bergeron (elbow) to a one-year, $2.5 million contract. Per the report, Bergeron's deal for the 2022-23 season includes an additional $2.5 million in performance-based incentives. The Bruins also inked fellow center David Krejci on Monday, with the moves solidifying the pivot spot on the team's top two lines for the coming campaign. Bergeron is recovering from an elbow procedure, but Amalie Benjamin of NHL.com previously indicated that the captain could be ready to play by the end of August.
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  • Patrice Bergeron: Still unsigned

    Though Bergeron (elbow) remains unsigned, Bruins GM Don Sweeney has expressed a degree of optimism that the veteran center will elect to play for the team this coming season, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. "I think we're in a really good place with Patrice," Sweeney noted earlier this week. "Just the timing and working out the details of his contract and allowing him to declare that he's good to go could be any timeframe there." Bergeron -- who turns 37 on July 24 -- is coming off a 2021-22 campaign in which he recorded 25 goals and 65 points in 73 games en route to being awarded his fifth Selke Trophy. Per Amalie Benjamin of NHL.com, Bergeron is bouncing back from surgery to repair a tendon in his left elbow, with the center's expected recovery timetable putting him on track to be ready to play again by the end of August.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Undergoes elbow surgery

    Bergeron underwent elbow surgery May 31 and is expected to recover in around 10 weeks, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. It was also reported that Bergeron hasn't yet made a decision regarding whether he will continue his career next season. The 36-year-old center won his fifth Selke Trophy on Sunday and has played 18 years in the NHL. He's expected to be healthy for training camp if he opts to continue his NHL career and sign with Boston or another team this offseason.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Three points in Game 4

    Bergeron had a goal and two assists in Sunday's 5-2 Game 4 win over the Hurricanes. One of the assists came on the power play. Bergeron also earned his team a four-minute power play when he took a high stick in the final minute of the second period. He was cut on the play but got fixed up in the locker room and came right back onto the ice for the third. Bergeron has three goals and three assists in the last three games after being blanked in Game 1.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Provides all offense in Game 2 loss

    Bergeron scored two goals -- one on the power play -- on seven shots in Wednesday's 5-2 Game 2 loss to the Hurricanes. Bergeron was the only Bruin able to solve Pyotr Kochetkov, who replaced Antti Raanta (upper body) after Raanta was knocked out by a David Pastrnak hit. Unfortunately for Boston, each of Bergeron's tallies merely reduced Carolina's lead to two goals, and the Hurricanes have built a 2-0 series lead.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Records five shots Monday

    Bergeron registered five shots, two PIM and five hits against Carolina in Game 1 on Monday. Bergeron was back on the ice after sitting out the regular-season finale against Toronto on April 29. Much like the rest of his teammates, Bergeron failed to find the back of the net despite his five shots. If the Bruins are going to bounce back from their Game 1 loss, they will need Bergeron to start putting pucks into the back of the net.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Given night off

    Bergeron (rest) will not be in the lineup versus the Leafs on Friday, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. Bergeron will skip the regular-season finale in order to rest up for the postseason. As such, the world-class center will end the year having recorded 25 goals and 40 assists, including 23 power-play points. Without Bergeron in the lineup, Charlie Coyle will likely move into the first-line center role alongside Jake DeBrusk.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Gets hat trick plus helper

    Bergeron scored three goals and a power-play assist in Thursday's 5-0 win over the Sabres. Bergeron potted Boston's first two goals in the second period and completed the hat trick by capping the scoring with just over two minutes left in the third. The veteran center's playing some of his best hockey of the year heading into the playoffs, with five goals and four assists in his last three games. With seeding still on the line, the Bruins may not rest Bergeron for Friday's season finale against Toronto.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Logs three points

    Bergeron scored twice and added an assist in Sunday's 5-3 win over Montreal. Bergeron snapped a five-game scoreless streak with a big game Sunday. The veteran center put home a rebound to open the scoring in the first, assisted on a Charlie McAvoy tally, and added an empty-netter to close out the win. Bergeron's scoring totals climbed to 22 goals and 37 assists in 71 games this season.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Playing Saturday

    Bergeron (arm) will be in the lineup against the Islanders on Saturday, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. Bergeron returns to the lineup having missed the last four contests due to his arm injury. The world-class center figures to jump back into his regular spot on the first line, in addition to rejoining the top power-play unit. The Quebec native should be capable of getting back over the 50-point threshold after missing that mark last season.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Game-time call Saturday

    Bergeron (arm) will be a game-time decision ahead of Saturday's matchup with the Islanders, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports. While the team expects Bergeron to play, he is still awaiting final medical clearance before Saturday's tilt. In 11 games prior to his arm injury, the world-class center racked up five goals and five assists, including a trio of power-play points. If Bergeron does play, he figures to relegate Jack Studnicka to a spot in the press box.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Still not ready to return

    Bergeron (arm) won't play Thursday versus the Lightning, Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports. Bergeron will miss a fourth straight contest Thursday, but there's a chance he'll be ready to return Saturday against the Islanders. Check back for confirmation on Bergeron's status prior to puck drop versus New York.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Could return Thursday

    Bergeron (arm) is considered "probable" for Thursday's clash with Tampa Bay according to coach Bruce Cassidy, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. Bergeron has missed the previous three games due to his arm problem but seems ready to reclaim his place on the first line against the Lightning. If the veteran does return to action, it will likely see Jack Studnicka relegated to a spot in the press box. For his part, Bergeron figures to resume offering top-end fantasy value and should push for the 60-point threshold after missing that mark the previous two seasons.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Moved to IR

    Bergeron (arm) was placed on injured reserve Sunday, per the NHL's media site. It was already announced that Bergeron would miss his third straight game Monday, so he'll be eligible to return once he's healthy. Head coach Bruce Cassidy said that the veteran center could return at some point this week, possibly as early as Thursday's contest with the Lightning. He has 45 points while averaging 18:25 of ice time through 56 games this season.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Won't play Monday

    Bergeron (arm) will not play Monday in Montreal, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports. The star veteran didn't travel with the team to Quebec and is also questionable for Thursday's game against visiting Tampa Bay. Without a timetable for a return, Bergeron should probably be considered day-to-day, but his absence is nonetheless concerning for fantasy managers and Bruins fans alike.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Out next two games

    Bergeron (arm) will miss the next two games, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports. Bergeron isn't expected to be available until Monday's game versus the Canadiens at the earliest. Losing their top-line center will be a big blow for the Bruins, who are not particularly deep down the middle this season. Look for Anton Blidh to enter the lineup Wednesday versus the Wild.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Notches first goal of game

    Bergeron scored a goal in a 2-1 win over the Blackhawks on Tuesday. Bergeron put the first goal of the night in with help from Taylor Hall, beating Marc-Andre Fleury. The veteran center has just two goals and two assists in seven contests in March, but really has put up solid numbers of late on his way to another 50-plus-point season.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Racks up three points in blowout

    Bergeron scored a power-play goal on two shots, dished two assists and went plus-2 in Monday's 7-0 win over the Kings. Bergeron assisted on two of Jake DeBrusk's three goals before scoring one of his own in this contest. This was just the second multi-point effort in eight February games for Bergeron, who finished the month with three goals and five helpers. The star center is at 15 tallies, 41 points, 186 shots on net, 60 hits and a plus-14 rating in 49 contests overall.
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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron: Adds insurance tally

    Bergeron scored a goal on four shots and won 14 of 21 faceoffs in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Sharks. Bergeron tallied in the final minute of the game, which helped secure the victory. The 36-year-old has two goals and a helper in his last three games, though the return of Brad Marchand from suspension Thursday should help the Bruins' top line achieve more consistency. Bergeron's at 14 goals, 38 points, 184 shots on net, 59 hits and a plus-12 rating through 48 contests overall.
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