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Topic - Patrice Bergeron
One national hockey writer likes Ryan Kesler to the Caps, should they make the call?
Joel Ward and Eric Fehr also scored, and Braden Holtby made 36 saves for the Capitals, who won their fourth straight in their chase for one of the Eastern Conference's final playoff spots.
Alex Ovechkin looks as if he's ready to carry the Washington Capitals to one of the Eastern Conference's final playoff spots.
T.J. Oshie and Vladimir Tarasenko scored in a shootout to give the St. Louis Blues a 4-3 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday.
Even with team captain Zdeno Chara already in Russia and four more players headed that way, the Boston Bruins didn't appear to have even the slightest pre-Olympic distraction.
The Boston Bruins' worst period was also their most prolific in a win over the New York Islanders.
From snipers to defensemen, the Boston Bruins are getting plenty of scoring.
Brad Marchand really didn't have an explanation for his recent run. He just wants it to last as long as possible.
Milan Lucic waited anxiously as his goal was being reviewed.
Three straight goals and Jonathan Bernier in net was enough for Toronto to hold a third-period lead in Boston this time.
Steve Yzerman and the rest of Hockey Canada spent months looking at the country's top players, trying to figure out the best way to blend talent into a team good enough to win Olympic gold.
Bruins star Patrice Bergeron signed an eight-year, $52 million contract extension on Friday, the latest move by the Eastern Conference champions to get long-term commitments from key players.
Bruins alternate captain Patrice Bergeron says he won't need surgery for any of the injuries he suffered in the Stanley Cup final.
The Colorado Avalanche own the top pick in the NHL draft and a whole lot of options.
"Our transition was great and that's why we had so many odd-man rushes," said Bergeron, whose only upcoming break is a long flight to Russia to join defending Olympic gold medalist Canada. "I'm Really excited and now I can look forward to it a lot more."
"That's something we talked about before the game. We wanted to end this on a good note and feeling good about ourselves heading into the break and I think we've done that," said Patrice Bergeron, who had two goals and an assist.