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Bergeron is learning from the best

Bruins center willing to take any role assigned for Olympics

By Kevin Paul Dupont
Globe Staff / February 12, 2010

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What can Olympus do for you? Patrice Bergeron won’t arrive here Sunday with such a thought even remotely in his mind, but the 24-year-old Bruins center, now playing in his sixth NHL season, believes his game is still unfolding, filling out, gaining traction at both ends of the ice. It only stands to reason then, he believes, that ... (Full article: 1510 words)

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