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Bergeron still feeling effects

Patrice Bergeron is 'definitely not doing that well,' according to coach Claude Julien. Patrice Bergeron is "definitely not doing that well," according to coach Claude Julien. (FILE/JACQUES BOISSINOT/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Kevin Paul Dupont
Globe Staff / November 7, 2007

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Patrice Bergeron, who suffered a Grade 3 concussion and broken nose when drilled by the Flyers' Randy Jones Oct. 27, visited the Bruins' practice facility yesterday to receive treatment. His mother, visiting from Quebec City since the day before his injury, drove him from Boston to Ristuccia Arena. (Full article: 371 words)

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