Bergeron opened the scoring in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Rangers.
Bergeron technically gets credit for the game-winning goal since he was the first Bruin to strike and the Rangers failed to put any numbers on the board. The venerable veteran has now scored in four consecutive games, which couldn't come at a better time for fantasy managers involved in playoff action.
Bergeron scored a power-play goal on seven shots in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Devils on Saturday. He also dominated in the faceoff circle, going 18-8 (69.2 percent).
Bergeron won an offensive-zone faceoff early in the second period and finished the play with a turnaround wrister in the slot, pulling the Bruins even at 1-1. It was the 21st goal of the season for Bergeron, who has lit the lamp in each of his first three games to begin the month of May. The veteran center appears to be heating up just in time for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Bergeron had a goal and an assist with four shots in Monday's 3-0 win over New Jersey.
Bergeron reached the 20-goal plateau for the season when he converted Brad Marchand's centering pass late in the second period, giving the Bruins a 2-0 lead. Bergeron also drew a helper on Matt Grzelcyk's insurance tally with time winding down in the final frame. Bergeron will take a three-game point streak (two goals, two assists) into Tuesday's rematch with the Devils.
Bergeron (lower body) had two shots and two PIM in Sunday's 1-0 loss to Pittsburgh.
Bergeron was back after a one-game absence but had minimal statistical impact. He was his usual workhorse self in the faceoff circle (13-for-23) but generated just a pair of shots on goal in 14:55 TOI, all of it at even strength. The 35-year-old Bergeron has 18 goals and 41 points with a plus-24 rating in 46 games this season.
Bergeron (lower body) will play in Sunday's game against the Penguins, per the NHL's official media site.
Bergeron has been cleared to play after missing just one game. The 35-year-old will center the first line and the top power-play unit. Through 45 games this year, he's posted 18 goals and 23 assists.
Bergeron (lower body) will warm up ahead of Sunday's game versus the Penguins, and he's considered a game-time decision, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
The final verdict on Bergeron's status won't be available until the Bruins release their lineup roughly 15 minutes before puck drop. The 35-year-old missed Friday's loss to the Sabres. If he's cleared to play, he'll center the top line as he looks to build on the 18 goals and 23 assists he's provided thus far.
Bergeron (lower body) will not be in the lineup for Friday's game against Buffalo.
Bergeron is a late scratch for Friday's game and it could be related to the shot he took off his foot against the Sabres on Thursday. The 35-year-old has 18 goals and 41 points through 45 games this season. Charlie Coyle will likely replace him as the top-line center.
Bergeron scored twice, including a short-handed tally, and added an assist in Sunday's 6-3 win over Washington. He also had five shots and a plus-4 rating.
Boston's top trio of Bergeron, Brad Marchand (two goals, two assists) and David Pastrnak (three assists) was too much for Washington, combining for 10 points and eight shots on goal. Bergeron got things started with a short-handed tally to open the scoring in the first period, set up Marchand's tying goal in the middle frame, then added his second of the game later in the stanza. Bergeron has produced five points over his last three tilts and has found the scoresheet in nine of 11 overall during the month of April.
Bergeron tallied three goals on five shots and added two hits in a 4-2 win over Philadelphia on Tuesday.
It was a dominant performance by Bergeron, who opened the scoring on a first-period rebound for his 900th NHL point, added a power-play tally later in the frame, and then sealed the win with an empty-netter in the final minute of regulation. The Boston captain has racked up five goals over his last three contests and is riding a five-game point streak. Bergeron now has 15 goals and 18 assists in 36 games with a plus-12 rating.
Bergeron scored a power-play goal on a team-high six shots Monday in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Flyers. He also dominated in the faceoff circle, going 23-for-31 (74.2 percent).
Bergeron gave the Bruins a 2-1 lead in the opening minute of the second period, redirecting a David Pastrnak feed in the slot for his first power-play goal in two months. The goal was Bergeron's second in as many games and extended his point streak to four games (two goals, two assists). The 35-year-old has 30 points in 35 games on the year.
Bergeron had a power-play assist and eight shots in Tuesday's 5-4 shootout win over the Devils.
Bergeron has just three assists without a goal over the past eight games, but it feels like he's on the verge of a breakout performance after tying his season high in shots in this one. With Brad Marchand (COVID-19 protocol) back alongside Bergeron and David Pastrnak, look for the "Perfection" line to get back to its productive ways moving forward.
Bergeron and the Bruins have had Saturday's game against the Sabres and Tuesday's contest versus the Islanders postponed due to COVID-19 protocols, the NHL announced Friday.
This development follows news that several of Boston's players have entered the NHL's COVID-19 protocols. Pending test results in the coming days, the Bruins are expected be able to re-open their facilities and practice Wednesday. Boston's next scheduled game is March 25 at home against the Islanders.
Bergeron scored a shorthanded goal and added an assist at even strength in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Rangers.
Both of Bergeron's points came in the first period, as he helped David Pastrnak open the scoring then doubled Boston's lead by finishing off a shorthanded 2-on-1 with Brad Marchand. Bergeron's now at a point-per-game pace through 24, and he continues to deliver in all situations. Of the veteran center's 10 goals, four have come on the power play, four at even strength and two shorthanded.
Bergeron scored a goal on three shots and added an assist, two hits and a plus-3 rating in Friday's 5-1 win over the Capitals.
He assisted on Brad Marchand's first-period tally before potting his own in the second, matching his scoring total from the prior six games. Bergeron hasn't matched the pace of linemates David Pastrnak or Brad Marchand so far, but he still has an impressive nine goals and 22 points through 21 contests.
Bergeron notched an assist, went plus-2 and won 12 of 17 faceoffs in Sunday's 7-3 win over the Flyers.
Bergeron blocked a shot early in the first period and sent a bank pass to Brad Marchand, who then set up David Pastrnak for the opening tally just 34 seconds into the game. The 35-year-old Bergeron is up to 19 points, a plus-7 rating and 56 shots on net through 16 contests this year. The Quebec native remains an elite center for the Bruins.
Bergeron scored a goal and added an assist in a 4-2 loss to the Islanders on Saturday.
The 35-year-old isn't slowing down -- he's tied with Brad Marchand for team lead in points with 18 in 14 games. Those 18 points put both men into a four-way tie for fifth in the NHL scoring. Bergeron is a mandatory activation in every format.
Bergeron produced an assist and won 15 of 20 faceoffs in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Rangers.
Bergeron was credited with the secondary assist on Brad Marchand's game-winning goal in overtime. Bergeron jarred a puck loose from the Rangers to ignite the fast-moving counterattack. The 35-year-old center has six goals, 10 helpers, 44 shots on net and a plus-6 rating through 12 appearances this season.
Bergeron scored the game-winning goal and added three assists in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Flyers.
Bergeron had a hand in all three of David Pastrnak's tallies in regulation before Pastrnak set up Bergeron for the game-winner 31 seconds into overtime. Three of Bergeron's four points came on the power play. The 35-year-old center has had a spectacular start to 2020-21 with six goals and nine helpers in 10 games. With the Bruins' top line all together again, Bergeron should continue to be an elite producer of points.
Bergeron delivered a trio of assists Saturday in a 4-3 OT loss to Washington.
Bergeron's red-hot start just turned white -- he has five points in his last two games and 11 in eight overall. Eight of those points have come in his last four games against the Flyers, Penguins and Capitals, all three of which will be competing for a postseason berth. Bergeron just got his linemate David Pastrnak back from hip surgery, so we can't wait to see what heights they'll achieve going forward.
Bergeron score twice Thursday in a 4-1 win over the Penguins.
Both snipes were insurance markers; the first came at even strength and the second while on the power play. Bergeron is off to a powerful start this season with five goals and eight points in his first seven contests. Bergeron has merely gotten better year over year in his 30s.
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|05/08||vs NYR||L 4-5||1||0||1||+1||18:07|
|05/06||vs NYR||W 4-0||1||0||1||+1||17:10|
|05/04||@ NJ||L 3-4 (OT)||1||0||1||-2||17:48|
|05/03||@ NJ||W 3-0||1||1||2||+2||15:45|
|05/01||vs BUF||W 6-2||1||0||1||0||15:33|
|04/29||vs BUF||W 5-2||0||1||1||0||18:48|
|04/27||@ PIT||W 3-1||0||0||0||+1||17:57|
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