And the legend of Patrice Bergeron grows.

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    And the legend of Patrice Bergeron grows.

    Every facet of the game this guy excels in. Now you can add clutch.

    Not many better.

     
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    He's gunning for the Conn Smythe....

     
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    A big time & big game player !

     
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    LOL that's money, Sandog

     
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    Most excellant !

     
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    You are a master at this, Sir.

     
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    Aside from his superb skill Bergeron always seems to know exactly what to do in given situations.  Like each play he makes has a specific purpose.  As if he's thinking the game on a level higher than so many others. 

     
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    Spot on.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Aside from his superb skill Bergeron always seems to know exactly what to do in given situations.  Like each play he makes has a specific purpose.  As if he's thinking the game on a level higher than so many others. 



    He does have a knack for knowing where the puck or a player is going before it/they get there. You can see in the defensive zone how he always seems to take away a player's read when around them. Offensively, he is absolutely amazing at moving the puck away from an opposing player along the boards.

    He is certainly a special player.

     
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    Aside from his superb skill Bergeron always seems to know exactly what to do in given situations.  Like each play he makes has a specific purpose.  As if he's thinking the game on a level higher than so many others. 

     



    He does have a knack for knowing where the puck or a player is going before it/they get there. You can see in the defensive zone how he always seems to take away a player's read when around them. Offensively, he is absolutely amazing at moving the puck away from an opposing player along the boards.

     

    He is certainly a special player.



    Agreed, THG.  Patrice Bergeron and dumb plays don't belong in the same sentence as, say Dion Phaneuf, doo-doo-be-doo-doo does. 

     
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    Awesome San.

     
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    A high hockey IQ. There is not a smarter player in the game today.

     
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    A high hockey IQ. There is not a smarter player in the game today.




    Parros is smarter.

     
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    A high hockey IQ. There is not a smarter player in the game today.

     




    Parros is smarter.

     



    Forgot about Parros. He went to Princeton. My mistake. He is the NAS of the NHL.

     
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    Damn right, Chowda!

     
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    The longer this goes, the more skating clowns (they have an excellent clown college program at Princeton) NAS is compared to.

    Does the new Blackberry 10 make it easier to type while bouncing, Shawn?

     
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    [oh yeah - Bergeron is awesome.  It will be a Bourque-like gut punch if he is ever allowed to wear another NHL jersey.]

     
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    [oh yeah - Bergeron is awesome.  It will be a Bourque-like gut punch if he is ever allowed to wear another NHL jersey.]



    But Bourque left to get a cup. I can't imagine Bergeron ever leaving for that reason. To play a swan song in Quebec, maybe. But I won't mind it when he's 40.

     
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    He's gunning for the Conn Smythe....




    Clever inference.

     
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    he's been the best player wearing the uniform since he laced them up at the age of 18. period

     
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    Mark Recchi tweeted that there should be a rule that Bergeron must stay a Bruin for his whole career.  Let's start a petition!

     
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    I worry about the concussions, yah I tend toward the doom and gloom side, but I fear for the early retirement because of concussions.  I don't want to see another Marc Savard.

     
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    He really is one of the most valuable players in the game today, and one of the best, most consistent bruins in recent history.  Honestly, as a fan, its a privilege to watch him play.

     
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