Bergeron Big Goals

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    Bergeron Big Goals

    2 tonight.

    2 in game 7 SCF

    1 in OT against Habs a while back..I remember Theodore being in net.

    Just going off the top of head, anyone got more.

    My wife just said he's the Adam Vinatieri of the Bruins.

    I then said, "shut up".

     
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    Re: Bergeron Big Goals

    In response to kelvana33's comment:

    2 tonight.

    2 in game 7 SCF

    1 in OT against Habs a while back..I remember Theodore being in net.

    Just going off the top of head, anyone got more.

    My wife just said he's the Adam Vinatieri of the Bruins.

    I then said, "shut up".



    Can't recall any other goals in OT but tonight Bob Mackenzie called him the "soul and conscience" of the Bruins.

     
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    Re: Bergeron Big Goals

    if he stays healthy Patrice B will undoubtedly be the next man with the 'C'

     
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    Re: Bergeron Big Goals

    'Bergeron Big Goals.' Sounds like a rapper.

    I like it. Cool

     
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    Re: Bergeron Big Goals

    Not that it matters one bit, but anyone notice that the tying goal he was credited with actually was tipped in by Horton? One angle shows pretty clearly that the puck changed direction off the blade of his stick.  

     
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    Re: Bergeron Big Goals

    In response to kelvana33's comment:

    2 tonight.

    2 in game 7 SCF

    1 in OT against Habs a while back..I remember Theodore being in net.

    Just going off the top of head, anyone got more.

    My wife just said he's the Adam Vinatieri of the Bruins.

    I then said, "shut up".



    I guess that means he won't finish his career w/ the Bruins. JK, he's a Bruin for life.

     

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