Patrice Bergeron Does Everything Right In Setup For Game-Winning Goal

Posted: December 25, 2014 in Uncategorized

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BOSTON (CBS) — This season hasn’t exactly been filled with too many spectacular highlights for the Boston Bruins. With just one 10-goal scorer through nearly half of the season, and with an average of just 2.54 goals scored per game, it’s become clear that the Bruins won’t be spending too much time on Top 10 reels or Best Goals of the Year sequences.

Instead, if the Bruins want to score enough goals to win, it’s going to take some old-fashioned hard work.

And on Tuesday night, needing a win to send the team into Christmas on a positive note, it was Patrice Bergeron to provide it.

Because really, who else would it be?

Bergeron, the Bruins’ leader in points (26), provided an assist on what proved to be the game-winner against Nashville, and he did it using “the full 200 feet” — a distance he’s traveled so often while making…

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