Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Fenway, Feb 28, 2019.
Bergeron at 60% capacity or whatever is still better than most so.. he played.
Bergeron still being bothered by groin.... not good
He needs to stay out until he's 100%. I know he won't but he should. He's not a kid anymore and it takes longer to heal as you get older. A short off season doesn't help him either.
This strikes me as an "i probably should have had surgery" situation... and considering his issues with his groin over the year... this may be a year long issues yet again.
Nice face, Bergy
Starting to remind me of Andrew Ference's continual groin problems. Then he finally had surgery and never had serious groin issues again. PRP will only help repair what's there. If already prone to weakness or injury, surgery is the only thing that will actually make the muscle stronger.
Only difference is I'm pretty sure Bergeron had surgery at least once on his groin... but yea, it's becoming a chronic problem for him for sure.
I have NO PROBLEM with Steen or Studnicka playing in his spot until he is 100%.
Anyone not 100% just sit and let the kids play.
That could very well be the case
I believe he already had groin surgery too...
Patrice Bergeron surgery: Boston Bruins star undergoes groin procedure, expects to be recovered by early August - masslive.com
Not that we needed more evidence about the quality person Bergy is, but this was interesting. Good for both of them.
The heartwarming story of how Patrice Bergeron saved a Bruins teammate from the depths of depression
Honestly even if the groin is slightly bothering him, sit him for another 2-4 weeks and have him be ready for November.
He looked good on Saturday.
if he's ready to go, you play him
"My name is Jean...bleh bleh bleh." "Very good. Well done."
If Bergeron were healthy we would have beaten St. Louis. It's imperative that he make a full recovery. Sit him until he is fully recovered or is truly needed. I really don't care if we're a regular season juggernaut this year. Just try to keep everyone healthy for the playoffs.
Thanks to @dafoomie
Looks weird to see him without the A.
Roman Cechmanek...wow... That really was a long time ago lol
That gave me chills. I'm going to cry like a ****ing baby when he hangs them up. My favorite athlete of all time. I can't wait until he gets the C, which will hopefully be next year.
Wow is right, Brick and Dave doing the talking head stuff, look how young Sullivan is. Brian Rolston had a cannon from the point didn't he? Hard to believe that was 16 years ago.
I'm embarrassed to say, but that was my first year of diehard Bruins fandom. Always was all Boston growing up (Thanks Dad) but we didn't get a lot of hockey games on TV where I lived as a kid so it was mostly baseball/basketball/football for me... and I was a diehard Sox fan. Watching that year, falling in love with Bergeron and hockey in general, and having them lose in the playoffs to the Habs the way they did (Up 3-1 right?) it just resonated with me so much considering the Bruins/Habs dynamic was eerily similar to the Sox/Yanks (back then) of being extremely one sided and the Habs having the most cups etc. That sealed it for me. I was in. Now I can barely even watch baseball. Definitely crazy to think it was so long ago.
Luc Robitaille had two goals that game.
I thought he would go down as one of the greats, honestly.
His numbers in a short NHL career were damn solid. I guess he was drafted at 29 years old, though, haha.
I didn't become a Bruins fan until 2013 which means
1. I didn't really get to celebrate 2011 although I remember watching some of it
2. I enjoy seeing old clips like this. I wish the NHL Vault was still around to watch old games.
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