Patrice Bergeron= Winner at every level

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    Patrice Bergeron= Winner at every level

    Joins a very elite group to win World Juniors(2005), World Men's (2004), Olympic Gold (2010), and Stanley Cup (2011).

    As far as I can tell, only Kamensky, Gusarov, Fetisov, Larionov, Mogilny, Sakic, S. Neidermeyer, Pronger and Toews have done this.
     
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    Add Getzlaf, Perry and Forsberg.

    There must be more.
     
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                                    Patrice = Stud!
     
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    In Response to Re: Patrice Bergeron= Winner at every level:
    [QUOTE]Add Getzlaf, Perry and Forsberg. There must be more.
    Posted by Wheatskins[/QUOTE]


    They haven't done it. Forsberg never won a WJC, and neither Perry nor Getzlaf have won a WC.
     
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    All done by age 25....total complete player!
     
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    As I watched the awards last night, I kept wondering, where's Bergeron??? Good players received awards, but, except for Thomas and Chara, no other Bruins. OK, these are " individual" awards, not team awards, but the Bruins "individual" players contributed to their success. Would Marchand have won Rookie if they considered the playoffs?? Limiting the selection criteria to the season, not including the playoffs, doesn't seem justifiable. Would Gillis win the GM award after his meltdown in the playoffs? Should Claude have won over Bylsma?? Were the Sedins really that good if their playoff series were included in the evaluation?? Just musing, but maybe the "criteria" needs to be adjusted to include the playoffs, and the contribution to team results.
     
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    Who said nice guys finish last!!!
     
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    Bergeron = Triple Gold Club
    wiki it
     
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    In Response to Patrice Bergeron= Winner at every level:
    [QUOTE]Joins a very elite group to win World Juniors(2005), World Men's (2004), Olympic Gold (2010), and Stanley Cup (2011). As far as I can tell, only Kamensky, Gusarov, Fetisov, Larionov, Mogilny, Sakic, S. Neidermeyer, Pronger and Toews have done this.
    Posted by stanjonathan17[/QUOTE]

    The pulse and of course the heart of the BRUINS.
     

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