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This is an NHL 8x10 Photo of the great NHL forward Patrice Bergeron autographed personally doing his thing as a Boston Bruin...signed at Toyota Sports Center on 1/8/2014...COA AVAILABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...Proof picture included!!!!!!!!!!!!!...

Patrice Bergeron

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Patrice Bergeron
Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins.jpg
Bergeron in 2014.
BornJuly 24, 1985 (age 28)
L'Ancienne-LoretteQCCAN
Height6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Weight194 lb (88 kg; 13 st 12 lb)
PositionCenter
ShootsRight
NHL teamBoston Bruins
National team Canada
NHL Draft45th overall, 2003
Boston Bruins
Playing career2003–present

Patrice Bergeron-Cleary[1] (born July 24, 1985) is a Canadian professionalice hockey centre and alternate captain playing for the Boston Bruins of theNational Hockey League (NHL). He played junior hockey with the Acadie–Bathurst Titan of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) for one full season before being selected 45th overall by the Bruins in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft. He made the immediate jump from junior to the NHL after his draft and joined the Bruins in 2003–04. Internationally, Bergeron competes forTeam Canada and has won gold medals at the 2004 World Championships,2005 World Junior Championships2010 Winter Olympics, and 2014 Winter Olympics. Bergeron is the most recent member of the Triple Gold Club after he won the Stanley Cup with Boston on June 15, 2011. Bergeron scored two goals including the Stanley Cup winning goal at 14:37 of the first period of Game 7 at Vancouver. He is considered to be one of the premier two-way forwards in the game today.[2][3][4][5][6][7]

Minor hockey[edit]

Bergeron grew up in his hometown of L'Ancienne-LoretteQuebec, and was mostly an A and AA player throughout his minor hockey days. He was drafted in the 5th round of the 2001 QMJHL Draft out of AAA Bantam hockey with the Sainte-Foy Gouverneurs. The following year he played A hockey for the Séminaire St-François Blizzard before reporting to the Acadie-Bathurst Titan of the QMJHL.

NHL career[edit]

Bergeron was drafted in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft by the Boston Bruins 45th overall. During his rookie season, Bergeron was selected for the NHL YoungStars Game in Minnesota as part of the 2004 All-Star weekend. He finished his rookie season with 39 points in 71 games. Due to the 2004–05 NHL lockout, Bergeron played for Boston's minor league affiliate, the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League (AHL); he tallied 61 points in 68 games.

As the NHL resumed the following season, Bergeron led the Bruins with a career-high 31 goals and 73 points. He played the majority of the season with linemates Brad Boyes and newcomer Marco Sturm, who had been acquired in a trade that sent captain Joe Thornton to the San Jose Sharks in November 2005. The Bruins general manager at the time, Mike O'Connell, recalled in a June 2011 interview that the organization had made a decision to build the team around Bergeron instead of Thornton, preferring the former's on- and off-ice character.[8] At the end of the year, Bergeron was selected by the Bruins to receive the team's 7th Player Award as the player most deemed to have exceeded expectations. Playing under a defensive system employed by new head coach Dave Lewis,[9] he recorded his second consecutive 70-point campaign in 2006–07with 22 goals and 48 assists. He played alongside Marco Sturm and Brad Boyes until Boyes was traded late in the season. He was hampered the majority of the season by a nagging shoulder injury.

After recording 3 goals and 4 assists in the first 10 games of the 2007–08 season, Bergeron suffered a season-ending head injury during a game on October 27, 2007. Checked from behind by Philadelphia Flyers defenceman Randy Jones, Bergeron hit his head on the end-boards, knocking him unconscious. He lay motionless on the ice for several minutes before being wheeled off on a stretcher and taken to Massachusetts General Hospital, where he was diagnosed with a broken nose and a grade-three concussion. Jones received a two-game suspension from the NHL.[10] Bergeron made his first public statements regarding the injury on November 8, saying that he would not take any legal action and that Jones had tried to contact him to apologize.[11]

On January 19, 2008, the Boston Globe reported that he had been sent on a vacation by Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli and that he would likely sit out for the remainder of the season as his recovery had regressed.[12] In March 2008, he started preliminary on-ice practice with Bruins goaltender Manny Fernandez, who was himself recovering from knee surgery.[13] He steadily progressed into full-contact practices in early-April, aiming for a playoff return against the Montreal Canadiens in the opening round; he was held back by team doctors.[14] In June 2008, Bergeron was reported as being symptom-free during off-season training.[15] He participated in the Bruins' summer development camp (typically for Bruins prospects) with Fernandez,[16] before joining the Bruins' main training camp.[17] He returned to action with the Bruins for the team's pre-season opening game on September 22, 2008, against the Montreal Canadiens, an 8–3 victory played in Halifax, Nova Scotia.[18]

Bergeron skates towards the net during a game against the New Jersey Devils in February 2009.

After the 2008–09 season began, Bergeron scored his first goal since his concussion on October 23, 2008, in a 4–2 home game loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs.[19] Two months later, in a game against the Carolina Hurricanes on December 20, 2008, Bergeron collided with opposing defenceman, and future BruinDennis Seidenberg, suffering another concussion. He lay face down on the ice while being attended to by team trainers and eventually left the ice under his own power. He was released from the hospital the day after the collision and placed on injured reserve.[20] (Seidenberg and Bergeron later became teammates on the Bruins after a trade for Byron Bitz to the Florida Panthers in 2010 to get Seidenberg.) Bergeron returned after being sidelined for a month and completed the season with 39 points in 64 games. In the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Bergeron recorded his first career fighting major in a scrap with Montreal's Josh Gorges.

In 2009–10, Bergeron scored 52 points while playing on a line with winger Mark Recchi. During the 2010 playoffs, he scored 4 goals and added 7 assists for 11 points in 14 games. The following season, Bergeron scored his first career NHL hat trickin a Bruins victory over the Ottawa Senators on January 11, 2011.[21] Bergeron was named the NHL's first star of the month and was twice named first star of the week in January 2011.[citation needed]

Bergeron in 2011

Bergeron has been in two post-season fights in his entire NHL career, on April 18, 2009, in game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarter Finals. Josh Gorges reached out and hit Bergeron in the jaw, and Bergeron retaliated by pummeling Gorges with two huge left punches. This was a seen as a huge motivator for the series. The second came on June 1, 2013, in game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. He and Evgeni Malkin began squaring off at center ice leading to Malkin knocking off Bergeron's helmet before they both threw off their gloves to fight. The two continued to throw blows even while referees attempted to separate them.

Bergeron was once again concussed after a hit from Claude Giroux on May 6, 2011, in game 4 of the second round in the 2011 playoffs. It is believed to be a mild concussion that kept him out of the beginning of the 3rd round of the playoffs. On June 1, 2011, with the Boston Bruins, Alex Burrows allegedly bit Bergeron's finger. No penalty was called and the league did not fine or suspend Burrows because the alleged bite was not supported by any evidence except video of Burrows biting Bergeron's glove while his hand was still inside it and bite marks on Bergeron's finger.

Bergeron became the 26th member of Triple Gold Club on June 15, 2011, with the Bruins when they won the Stanley Cup. He scored two goals in Game 7 of the series, including the game (and series) winner. On the Stanley Cup, Bergeron is listed by his birth name, Patrice Bergeron-Cleary. After the close of the 2012 NHL playoffs, even with the Bruins team eliminated in the first round by the Washington Capitals, Bergeron's constant defensive efforts on the ice earned him the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the NHL's top defensive forward for the entire 2011–12 NHL season.[22]

After finishing 2nd in Selke Trophy voting for the shortened 2013 season, Bergeron turned in a heroic playoff performance which included the tying and game winning goals against the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 7 of Round 1, and the OT winner in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Bergeron also became renowned in the hockey world for displaying his toughness when, in the Stanley Cup finals, he played through a punctured lung, separated shoulder and a broken nose.

The Bruins re-signed Bergeron to an eight-year contract extension worth $52,000,000 ($6,500,000 per year) on July 12, 2013.[23]

International play[edit]

Medal record
Ice hockey
Representing  Canada
Winter Olympics
Gold2014 Sochi
Gold2010 Vancouver
World Championships
Gold2004 Czech Republic
World Junior Championships
Gold2005 United States
Spengler Cup
Gold2012 Davos

Following his rookie season in the NHL, Bergeron was selected to play for Team Canada at the 2004 World Championships in PragueCzech Republic. He notched one goal in his international debut and won his first gold medal with Canada.

The following year, Bergeron was chosen to the Canadian national junior teamfor the 2005 World Junior Championships in North Dakota. He was lent to the team from the Providence Bruins of the AHL, where he was playing due to the NHL lockout. Bergeron was eligible for the World Juniors the previous year, as well, but was not lent to the national team because he was playing in the NHL. He finished the tournament with five goals and eight assists totalling 13 points over six games, while playing on a line with Sidney Crosby and Corey Perry. He scored a goal in Canada's 6–1 gold medal victory over Russia. Bergeron finished the tournament as the leading scorer to earn MVP and All-Star team honours. By helping Canada win gold at the tournament, he became the first player to win a men's gold medal before winning at the junior level.

Bergeron made his second appearance at the World Championships in 2006 and was reunited on a line with World Junior teammate Sidney Crosby, to whom he finished second in tournament scoring with 14 points. Bergeron was once again invited to play for Canada in the 2007 World Championships. He declined, citing that he wanted to recover from injuries suffered during the NHL season.

Bergeron in 2012

On December 30, 2009, Bergeron was selected to play for Team Canada for the2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. He was the only player selected who did not receive an invitation to the selection camp earlier in the summer. Many commentators predicted Bergeron would play on a line with Crosby due to his previous experience with him at the World Juniors and World Championships but he ended up as the 13th forward due to a groin injury obtained in Canada's first game. He played primarily on the penalty kill and in defensive-zone faceoffs.[24]

During the 2012–13 NHL lockout, Bergeron played for HC Lugano and competed for Canada at the 2013 Spengler Cup, along with teammate at the time, Tyler Seguin. Canada took gold in the event, and Bergeron scored the first goal in the first minute of a 7–2 Canada rout over HC Davos, and added three assists.[25]

Bergeron won his second gold medal with Team Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Bergeron and Jonathan Toews joined Scott Niedermayer in being the only players to have two Olympic Gold Medals, a Stanley Cup, a World Junior Hockey Championship, and a World Championship.

Career statistics[edit]

Regular season and playoffs[edit]

  Regular season Playoffs
SeasonTeamLeagueGPGAPtsPIM+/-GPGAPtsPIM+/-
2000–01Sainte-Foy GouveneursQMAAA51230
2001–02Séminaire St-François BlizzardQMAAA3825376218
2001–02Acadie-Bathurst TitanQMJHL401101
2002–03Acadie-Bathurst TitanQMJHL70235073622711671568
2003–04Boston BruinsNHL71162339225713405
2004–05Providence BruinsAHL682140615921657124
2005–06Boston BruinsNHL81314273223
2006–07Boston BruinsNHL7722487026-28
2007–08Boston BruinsNHL1034722
2008–09Boston BruinsNHL648313921611055113
2009–10Boston BruinsNHL7319335228613471124
2010–11Boston BruinsNHL80223557262023614202815
2011–12Boston BruinsNHL812242642036702280
2012–13HC LuganoNLA2111182986
2012–13Boston BruinsNHL421022321824229615132
NHL totals62816530046520970832037576228

International statistics[edit]


YearTeamEvent GPGAPtsPIM+/-
2004CanadaWC91014-1
2005CanadaWJC6581365
2006CanadaWC9681425
2010CanadaOly70112-2
2012CanadaSpengler Cup414542
2014CanadaOly602244
World Championship totals18781564
World Junior Championship totals6581365
Olympics totals1303362
Spengler Cup totals414542
Total international411323362213

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