Legendary Bruins Player Patrice Bergeron Discusses Potential Comeback From Retirement

Published November 22, 2023 at 4:28 PM

Following a standout season last year and the retirement of key players Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci, many anticipated a decline in the Boston Bruins' performance, but they're still dominating.

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The Bruins currently lead the Atlantic division with a record of 13-1-3.

"The Bruins being this good makes no sense. How do you remove Taylor Hall, Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci, Tyler Bertuzzi, and Dmitri Orlov from an already kinda fluky team, and get even better? Is it just bananas goaltending?"

The team's success can be largely attributed to their outstanding goalie duo, who have demonstrated their capability as top starters, compensating for the team's reduced center depth.

Many fans are still hoping that either Krejci or Bergeron will reconsider their decision, considering the team's success.

Bergeron Talks About Retirement and Rumors of his Comeback


Shawn Hutcheon, a reporter covering the Bruins, has confirmed that the team's former captain, Patrice Bergeron, will not be making a comeback to the NHL.

Retired #NHLBruins Patrice Bergeron on NHL Network, "I went to the 1st game (of 2023-24 season)...Obviously. I had the itch to go back and play but that being said, I was at peace with it. I couldn't see myself going through the grind. It's demanding. It's hard on the body...

Throughout his career with the Bruins, Bergeron played 1,294 games, scoring 427 goals and totaling 1,040 points. His achievements include winning the Stanley Cup in 2011 and six Selke trophies.

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Legendary Bruins Player Patrice Bergeron Discusses Potential Comeback From Retirement

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