Professional hockey stars come together to make hockey more accessible and inclusive through Everyone Deserves A Team initiative.
Boston Bruins centre Patrice Bergeron, Philadelphia Flyers centerd Sean Couturier and St. Louis Blues centerd Ryan O'Reilly are the three finalists for the 2019-20 Selke Trophy, awarded annually to the NHL's best defensive forward.
The words they choose are different, but for Patrice Bergeron and Adam Henrique, the message and the sentiment are very much the same.
Find out who's getting the love, their haircuts at home, and maybe even doing it themselves as the players take on hockey hair.
Ahead of the 2019 NHL Awards, players spoke to NHLPA.com to weigh in on what makes the TLA one of the most coveted honours and what makes this season’s finalists so special.
Patrice Bergeron crushes this game (again) as Max Domi, Taylor Hall, Bo Horvat, Connor McDavid, Eric Staal, and Tyler Toffoli also try to guess who said it!
The Boston Bruins have earned a break before their biggest series in a few years.
Patrice Bergeron scored two goals and the Boston Bruins swept the Carolina Hurricanes out of the Eastern Conference final, winning 4-0 on Thursday night.
Marcus Johansson and Patrice Bergeron scored power-play goals 28 seconds apart, and Boston scored four times in the third period to rally and beat the Carolina Hurricanes 5-2 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Jamie Benn needed to phone in a lifeline and we stuck to honest editing (sorry, Tyler Seguin) as the players try to guess who said it!
With all eyes on Patrice Bergeron as he skated in his 1,000th NHL game, he proved just why he's enjoyed such longevity in a week he played OT hero and co-led the league in goals.
Patrice Bergeron, bus driver? In many ways, that’s exactly what the player on the cusp of a major milestone is.
The scope of collaboration includes community engagement, education for Canadian youth as well as philanthropic support.
Who can get the job done in the dot? If you happen to need a crucial faceoff win in the crunch, we offer up a handful of players who know how to stickhandle their way to success.
We caught up with some of the NHL’s brightest stars and the 2017-18 TLA finalists at the NHL Awards to discuss the importance of the Ted Lindsay Award.
When you add up what these players bring to their respective teams, the numbers are pretty impressive.
“A blessing.” That’s the first thing that came to Patrice Bergeron’s mind when he found out Zdeno Chara had signed with the Boston Bruins.
Need to win a faceoff at a crucial point in a game? Then look no further than these five players, forwards with a flair for winning puck battles.
The TV show Patrice Bergeron can't miss? Find out in this week's player Q&A.
Bergeron has formed a formidable Team Canada line with Boston teammate Brad Marchand and Pittsburgh superstar Sidney Crosby, a trio that’s combined for 22 points in five games.