OUTPatrice Bergeron
C BOS
1 month ago

Bergeron played through a groin injury down the stretch, Logan Mullen of NESN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Bruins' top line was not at its best during the Stanley Cup Finals, so it's not surprising that both Bergeron and Brad Marchand (groin, oblique, hand) were banged up during the series. Additionally, it won't shock us if we learn later that David Pastrnak was also dealing with an injury. Despite the disappointing ending, Bergeron -- who will not require offseason surgery -- turned in a stellar effort this past season, logging 32 goals and a career-high 79 points in 65 games en route to garnering his eighth straight Selke Award nomination. The 33-year-old is signed with Boston through the 2021-22 season and will thus reprise his duties as the team's No. 1 center next campaign.

OUTPatrice Bergeron
C BOS
1 month ago

Bergeron picked up a shorthanded assist Monday but the Bruins fell 4-2 to St. Louis in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

EDGE Analysis

Boston's main man down the middle is up to 17 points through 21 playoff games this season, his latest tally coming with the Bruins shorthanded. No matter the situation, No. 37 continues to terrorize opposing players and should remain a popular fantasy selection across all formats. Returning home to Boston for Game 5, Bergeron's production could suffer when you consider he's managed only six points in 11 home contests in these playoffs. For comparison's sake, appearing in 10 road games this postseason, Bergeron has found the scoresheet 11 times.

OUTPatrice Bergeron
C BOS
2 months ago

Bergeron scored a goal and assisted on two others in Saturday's 7-2 win over the Blues in Game 3.

EDGE Analysis

Bergeron opened the scoring halfway through the first period before setting up David Pastrnak and Torey Krug for second-period tallies. All of Bergeron's points came on the man advantage. The star center is up to nine goals and seven helpers in 20 postseason games, with 10 of his 16 points coming on the power play.

OUTPatrice Bergeron
C BOS
2 months ago

Bergeron will be in the lineup for Game 3 against St. Louis on Saturday after missing Friday's practice session.

EDGE Analysis

Bergeron's absence was classified as a maintenance day, but at this point in the season it could be anything from a stubbed toe to a broken bone, and coach Bruce Cassidy wouldn't provide much detail. The key for fantasy owners is Bergeron will play and should be in his normal top-line spot and on the No. 1 power-play unit. The center racked up eight goals and five helpers in the first three rounds of the postseason, but has yet to write his name on the scoresheet in the Stanley Cup Finals.

OUTPatrice Bergeron
C BOS
2 months ago

Bergeron scored twice and picked up an assist Thursday in a 4-0 win over Carolina in Game 4.

EDGE Analysis

Bergeron's first of two goals on the night came on a Boston power play. His second snipe came at even strength midway through the third period before Bergeron would pick up his third and final point of the evening, drawing an assist on Brad Marchand's empty-net goal. The veteran center will now benefit from a much-needed rest as a result of Boston's sweep of Carolina.

OUTPatrice Bergeron
C BOS
2 months ago

Bergeron scored a power-play goal Thursday in a 5-2 win over Carolina.

EDGE Analysis

The snipe was Bergeron's fifth power-play goal of the playoffs and sixth overall, to go along with three assists. With nine points in 14 games, the 33-year-old will be gunning for double digits Sunday when the two teams reconvene for Game 2.

OUTPatrice Bergeron
C BOS
3 months ago

Bergeron finished with a pair of power-play goals in the 4-1 Game 4 win over Columbus on Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

Held without a point through the first three games, Bergeron broke out in a big way Thursday, scoring two goals, including the game-winner. The veteran also finished with the most ice time amongst Bruins forwards (21:49) and led his team with seven shots on goal.

OUTPatrice Bergeron
C BOS
3 months ago

Bergeron collected an assist during Wednesday's 6-4 victory over the Maple Leafs in Game 4.

EDGE Analysis

Bergeron saw only 14:37 in ice time during the contest but still managed his way onto the scoresheet with an assist on David Pastrnak's first goal of the game. He also recorded three shots on goal to go with a block, and went 16-for-22 in the faceoff dot.

OUTPatrice Bergeron
C BOS
3 months ago

Bergeron scored a power-play goal Saturday in a 4-1 victory over the Maple Leafs in Game 2.

EDGE Analysis

Bergeron is coming off his best NHL season ever and his handiwork Saturday helped seal the victory. And knot the series at 1-1. Bergeron is a fantasy stud and will be a significant contributor to your postseason success as long as Boston stays in the hunt.

OUTPatrice Bergeron
C BOS
3 months ago

Bergeron scored his team's lone goal Thursday, as Boston lost 4-1 to the Maple Leafs in Game 1 of the best-of-seven series.

EDGE Analysis

Bergeron opened the scoring with a power-play marker, but the Maple Leafs would score the game's next four goals, handing Boston a disheartening Game 1 defeat in the process. Led by Bergeron, the Bruins will now hope they can even the series Saturday before heading to Toronto for Games 3 and 4.