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Patrice Bergeron should be considered for post-season awards because of his two-way play in 2013-14, according to his general manager with the Boston Bruins.

Bergeron, who's shaking off a minor injury and will play Friday when the Bruins' post-season begins against Detroit, soared after the Olympics. He finished on a 13-game point streak, including 11 goals. He scored 30 for the first time since 2005-06. "It’s the best I’ve seen him, period," Boston GM Peter Chiarelli said of Bergeron. "The Olympics helped us out on a couple of different fronts. Loui (Eriksson) was another one, his pace and his game really took off. Bergy, he started maybe as the 13th forward over there in Sochi, and everyone saw what he can do and he was basically on the top line at the end of the day. It helped his pace, it helped his tempo. You see him shoot the puck better this year. He’s had a terrific year. And of course, the whole two-way component of his game is so good, it’s always good. It’s not by accident you hear his name in the Hart Trophy conversation. That doesn’t surprise me at all. But this is the best I’ve seen him play."
Tue, Apr 15, 2014 09:27:00 AM

Rick Nash is projected to miss one week with a groin injury.

He was injured on Tuesday night against the Islanders. Nash has posted 11 goals and 18 points in 27 games this season.
Dec 7 - 6:47 PM

Alex Galchenyuk will be sidelined for six-to-eight weeks with a knee injury.

That's a big blow to the Canadiens, as Galchenyuk was enjoying a breakout season in 2016-17. He currently leads the team with nine goals and 23 points in 25 games.
Dec 7 - 6:04 PM

Antti Raanta will be between the pipes Thursday against Winnipeg.

Raanta was in goal for his first loss this season on Nov. 27 against Ottawa. He has a 5-1-0 record with a 2.20 goals-against average and a .931 save percentage in eight appearances this season. The Rangers play again on Friday at Chicago, so Henrik Lundqvist will likely start that contest.
Dec 7 - 4:01 PM

Bobby Ryan (finger) will get back into the lineup on Wednesday night.

He has been out of action since Nov. 29 due to a broken finger. Ryan has recorded just three goals and eight points in 21 games this season.
Dec 7 - 2:44 PM

Logan Couture will be in the lineup Wednesday night.

He had a minor surgical procedure on Saturday to remove one of the screws in his ankle that had been bothering him. Couture had six screws put in last year after he suffered a fractured fibula at the ankle on Oct. 15, 2015. He didn't skate Tuesday, but he was back on the ice Wednesday morning and feels good to go.
Dec 7 - 1:39 PM

As expected, T.J. Oshie will be back in the lineup on Wednesday night.

He fully participated in Tuesday's practice and appeared likely to return. Coach Barry Trotz has confirmed that Oshie will play against Boston. He has missed the last seven contests because of a shoulder injury.
Dec 7 - 11:56 AM

Jimmy Howard (groin) has been taken off injured reserve.

Howard is ready to return to the fold after suffering a groin injury on Nov. 25. Petr Mrazek has played well during his absence, so a battle for starts could be on the horizon.
Dec 7 - 11:37 AM

Pekka Rinne boosted his winning streak to five games thanks to the 4-3 victory over Colorado on Tuesday.

Rinne stopped 25 of 28 shots, including eight of 10 while on the kill. Rinne has gone an remarkable 10-1-1 over his last 12 games, likely putting to bed any concerns about his aging play. For the season he's now 11-5-4 with a 2.23 GAA and .926 save percentage.
Dec 7 - 2:05 AM

Marian Hossa has played with five teams in his illustrious career, and now has made his indelible mark on two team's record books.

Hossa spent the first seven years of his career in Ottawa, scoring 188 goals and 390 points. Now into his eighth campaign with Chicago, Hossa has matched that point total after his 173rd and 174th goals of his time with the Blackhawks during Tuesday's 4-0 win over Arizona. He only needed 21 extra games to reach the mark, too. It won't be long now until Hossa reaches 400 points with a single team now, which deserves its own celebration. Lastly, he has 14 goals and 20 points in 27 games this season.
Dec 7 - 12:54 AM

Scott Darling was the apple of all of Chicago's eyes during his 4-0 win over the Coyotes.

He only had to make 22 stops but with Corey Crawford expected to miss most if not all of December, this is certainly a delight. It was Darling's first shutout of the year, and the third of his career. His record now stands in at 5-2-1 with a 2.39 GAA and a .919 save percentage.
Dec 7 - 12:49 AM

Chad Johnson extended his winning streak to four games with the 2-1 win over the Stars.

Johnson stopped 29 of 30 shots, including all three while on the kill. He's allowed just six goals on 121 combined shots during the streak as well. For the season he's now 11-4-1 with a .931 save percentage and just 33 goals against.
Dec 7 - 12:36 AM




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