Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Fenway, Feb 28, 2019.
Anyone who clobbers Bergeron should be banned
I can guarantee that will happen.
There are some here that would have crucified Orr for his decline in play. Even with no knees left.
Bergeron at 1000 was awesome.
My only gripe is that they shouldn't have shown the Blackhawks celebrating.
Backes knows what's up
I love this man
when did that ever happen
And too think there's a few posters here who actually believe he isn't a Hall of famer.
And to think only 4 years later he was on an NHL team
I'm starting to think this guy is a pretty good player
if you could PM me their home addresses, I have a few "associates" who will take care of them
NHL players vote on the “best all around player” in the league.
In what can only be described as a one-sided landslide Penguins captain Sidney Crosby walked away in first place with a whopping 48% of players polled naming him as the top dog in the game today.
Rounding out the top 5 were Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid in second place with only 25% of the vote. For some context although there is an obvious debate regarding which player, Crosby or McDavid, is better, nearly twice as many players voted for Crosby over McDaivd. In third place was highly respected Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron with 11% and both Florida Panthers star Aleksander Barkov and Tampa Bay Lightning star Nikita Kucherov each claimed 4% of the vote.
Don Cherry Believes Bruins’ Patrice Bergeron Should Win MVP Award
Don Cherry thinks it's time to consider Bergeron for another individual award -- the Hart Memorial Trophy, awarded to the NHL's MVP. In an interview with the Boston Herald's Tom Keegan, the former Bruins bench boss said Bergeron should at least be in the top three of the voting at season's end. "He should not only be the Selke winner, but should be the MVP," Cherry said. "He wins every important draw, kills penalties, takes your regular shift and plays the power play. I don’t know who else can win the Selke besides him. And the way he’s going, he at least has to be in the top three for MVP. Bergeron never has garnered much attention in terms of the Hart Trophy
Elliote Friedman pretty much said the same thing in 31 thoughts last week I believe. Can't say I disagree.
2. In his magnificent Hall of Fame–worthy career, Patrice Bergeron has never received one first-place vote for the Hart Trophy. He has four seconds (all in 2014, which is the only time he’s received anything more than a fourth-place vote). Is it possible he is the most under-appreciated great player ever?
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In my opinion, yes.
Let him rest
2 points and 2 goals off his career high despite being 24 games under the full 82 at the moment. And 33 years old.
Amazing year. Truly. It's been great to watch. If he doesn't win the Selke it'll be a travesty
And 30 goals in less than 60 games.
+4 tonight. Just another day at the office.
He should be considered for the Hart . This player is the most underrated athlete in Boston. Not by Bruins fans overall Boston sports fans in general.
Watch them give it to Crosby. I will send flaming dog poop to every media person that voted for him.
Pee Wee's are 11-12 year olds, so 6 years later, but the point remains nonetheless
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