Patrice Bergeron has played a long time for the Boston Bruins and his lines have been quite amazing.
We have seen a lot of players come through the Boston Bruins organization. But some players have made Boston their home.
One of these guys is Patrice Bergeron. He has become a face of the franchise with his success over the years. The Bruins don’t like to retire numbers, but it would be hard not to recognize Bergeron’s efforts with the team. Bergeron represents everything that a Boston Bruin should be.
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The prove of this is Bergeron’s four Selke awards. He isn’t just a quality goalscorer he is also great at making defensive plays. Bergeron is truly a complete player. Every player should aspire to be like Bergy.
Bergeron has played in over 1,000 games and has 352 goals and 517 assists. He is approaching the top of franchise leaderboards for points, goals, and assists in his career. He is in the top five in goals and assists but sixth in points.
Also if Bergeron keeps playing as he has been he might play the most games in a Bruins uniform than any other player. His career is truly something to be marveled at.
With such a long career, Bergeron has played with some amazing players over the year. Some of his lines have produced some amazing numbers. So let’s take a look back at some of the best lines that Bergeron has been apart of.