Bergeron

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    Re: Bergeron

    In response to MeanE's comment:

    If Bergeron is concussed.  Losing him is more detrimental to the Bruins than the Pens losing Crosby.




    agree, they still have Malkin, Iginla, Neal, Letang, Kunitz

     
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    Have to believe it's minor or else we would have picked up another center or forward. Fingers crossed.

     
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    Totally devastating! I suspect we wont be seeing bergeron until next fall hopefully! because that's not even a guarantee.  hopefully the Bruins brass will deal with this the same as the Nathan Horton and better not make the same mistake they made with Marc Savard.

     
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    In response to Drewski5's comment:

    Its good to see that some of our most respected, knowledgable posters are cautiously optimistic.




    Thanks for the complement.

    It sure did look like he was holding his left arm on a weird manner and in conjunction with not carrying his stick, lets all pray it is not his head. I'd rather have bergy out for the rest of the season with an arm/wrist injury that have it be ANYTHING with his head.

     
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    The 3 worst things that could happen to the B's

    1) Lose Chara....not much depth and lose top PK dman + shutdown Dman

    2) Lose Bergeron...all intangibles he brings.  Faceoffs/Dzone play/Scoring/etc..

    3) Lose Lucic/Horton.  Could also go with DK here as well but the lines were severely jacked up last year after losing Horton.  You also lose a guy who has a big physical presence as well.  Evidence: B's were basically a .500 team after they lost Horton last year and could not get that big goal versus the Caps.    This might be more mitigated with the acquisition of Jagr in terms of talent but not in terms of bang and net presence. 

    Honorable mention in order:  DK, Seidenberg, Hamilton, Marchand, Seguin, Tuuka.   All of the other guys are replaceable. 

     

     
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    Totally devastating! I suspect we wont be seeing bergeron until next fall hopefully! because that's not even a guarantee.  hopefully the Bruins brass will deal with this the same as the Nathan Horton and better not make the same mistake they made with Marc Savard.




    It depends on the severity.  He had a concussion vs the Flyers and came back in the next round with no problems.

     
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    On the plus side, we are now almost certainly going to see more on-ice  magic from Pandolfo......

    BOO YEAH!!!

     
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    It's getting rediculous nothing has been released yet about his condition. Call me crazy but sports are for fans.

     
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    Chiarelli has released via Naoko Funyayam that the concussion is "moderate". So I guess one's read on what this means depends on if they're a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty kind of person....

     

     
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    Chiarelli has released via Naoko Funyayam that the concussion is "moderate". So I guess one's read on what this means depends on if they're a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty kind of person....

     




    FARK!!

     
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    Boston Bruins ‏@NHLBruins 6m

    Chiarelli said Patrice suffered a moderate concussion; said he talked to him an hour ago, he was out walking today & sounded real good^CS

     

     
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    Ugh...ish?  I hate concussions.

     
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    Boston Bruins ‏@NHLBruins 6m

    Chiarelli said Patrice suffered a moderate concussion; said he talked to him an hour ago, he was out walking today & sounded real good^CS

     



    Mild>moderate>Bad, i guess i will keep a cautious optimism on this news.

     
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    Totally devastating! I suspect we wont be seeing bergeron until next fall hopefully! because that's not even a guarantee.  hopefully the Bruins brass will deal with this the same as the Nathan Horton and better not make the same mistake they made with Marc Savard.



    Last time he had a minor concussion he missed a single game. Hopefully it's the same or less this time.

     
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    Boston Bruins ‏@NHLBruins 6m

     

    Chiarelli said Patrice suffered a moderate concussion; said he talked to him an hour ago, he was out walking today & sounded real good^CS

     

     



    Mild>moderate>Bad, i guess i will keep a cautious optimism on this news.

     



    Mild is basically one sypmtom of a concussion and all con cussers expereince that even with out an injury, it comes and goes. I am sure be it league rules added with medical staff, its more pre cautionary measures than anything.

     
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    Kevin Paul DupontKevin Paul Dupont ‏@GlobeKPD 7m

    NHL protocol will have Bergeron sidelined at least a week. Guess here: #Bruins will not consider him for game action until very end of April

     

     
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    If he is alreay walking around he must not be having bad symptoms. Sure this will be more precautionary than anything.

     
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    I'm a lot more worried than PC is.  The play that Bergeron got hurt on could happen to anyone else without injury 100 out of 100 times. Ugh.

     
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    I'm a lot more worried than PC is.  The play that Bergeron got hurt on could happen to anyone else without injury 100 out of 100 times. Ugh.



    Unfortunately this is going to be the case with Patrice going forward, i wish it wasn't but it seems he is in the "any blow will do " category. I mean this is the first knock to the head that he has recieved since his last concussion, at least that i can remember.Its like he has arrived at the Simon Gagne situation. 

     
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    Just a little headache after a shot to the head in they call it a concussion ...10 years ago the player woukd ask the trainer 2 pills and get back on the ice same day

     
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    Bergeron has always been one of my favorites. But the Bruins must be very careful with him. Following his medical history, he should not play for the rest of the season. He should also retire at the end of his contract.

    Enough is enough, be smart Patrice. Don't lose your health for money or anything else.

    Remember you. 
    Nos bras meurtris ...

    Whatever your decision, we're very proud of you.

     
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    Re: Bergeron

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    Bergeron has always been one of my favorites. But the Bruins must be very careful with him. Following his medical history, he should not play for the rest of the season. He should also retire at the end of his contract.

    Enough is enough, be smart Patrice. Don't lose your health for money or anything else.



    It must be tough for Patrice because above all else i think he just loves to play,its his passion and sometimes that clouds the big picture.

     
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    Re: Bergeron

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    In response to BlueChip99's comment:

     

    Bergeron has always been one of my favorites. But the Bruins must be very careful with him. Following his medical history, he should not play for the rest of the season. He should also retire at the end of his contract.

    Enough is enough, be smart Patrice. Don't lose your health for money or anything else.

     



    It must be tough for Patrice because above all else i think he just loves to play,its his passion and sometimes that clouds the big picture.

     



    Hockey is his life

     
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    I've watched the hit 5 or 6 times now and it really looks to me like mild contact... very concerning that this was the cause. I think the Bruins chances of a Cup this year ride on the health of everyone but certainly Bergy. Regardless, he needs to take as much time as he needs.

     
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    Re: Bergeron

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    In response to 50belowzero's comment:

    In response to BlueChip99's comment: 

    Bergeron has always been one of my favorites. But the Bruins must be very careful with him. Following his medical history, he should not play for the rest of the season. He should also retire at the end of his contract.

    Enough is enough, be smart Patrice. Don't lose your health for money or anything else.

     It must be tough for Patrice because above all else i think he just loves to play,its his passion and sometimes that clouds the big picture.

     Hockey is his life



    Exactly what I was thinking. We all take risks just living. Live as you choose Patrice, but I sure love the way you play hockey. Hope you're well soon

     
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