Patrice Bergeron

Some of the National Hockey League’s best talent has always been at center. The position is expected to play a defensively responsible game while also being the primary generator of offense. Some believe that having an elite top line center is the single most important element a team needs to win a Stanley Cup. The
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Today’s date is chock-full of great Stanley Cup playoff moments. May 13 has seen plenty of National Hockey League memories, including some epic comebacks, overtime history, and series-clinching wins. Let’s begin our daily trip back in time to relive all the best moments. It Was 4-1! Depending on which side of the Boston Bruins and
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The 2019-20 NHL season lasted nearly a full calendar year, enough time for teams to experience a massive range of emotions. The Boston Bruins began with a fiery start and alternated hot and cold streaks until COVID-19 halted the regular season. The Toronto bubble took some adjusting, but Boston found a way to stay for
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Sixteen years ago, Boston Bruins goaltender Andrew Raycroft took the National Hockey League by storm. Boston’s fifth-round pick in 1998 had spent the previous three seasons bouncing back and forth on Interstate 95 between Boston and Providence. In fact, a majority of Raycroft’s early professional career in the AHL, playing in 121 games on the Bruins’
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On this date, the Los Angeles Kings brought back one of the great players in their franchise’s history for the third time. Also, a dramatic coaching move was finally made official. Plus, some talented Stanley Cup winners are celebrating birthdays today. Robitaille Returns to Hollywood…..Again The Kings signed free-agent forward Luc Robitaille on July 24,
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