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By John R. Bolton
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Topic - Patrice Bergeron
For Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron, the 2014 Olympics were about more than winning a second gold medal with Canada.
The Boston Bruins had the NHL's best record, allowed the second fewest goals and scored the third most.
Cheering fans stood and waved gold and black towels as the Boston Bruins claimed the Presidents' Trophy for the NHL's best regular-season record.
Nazem Kadri gave the Toronto Maple Leafs a win they badly needed - and that still may not have helped them much as they try to make the playoffs.
There is no secret to Boston's road success. The Bruins play their system and play it well no matter where they play.
Check two more items off the list in an impressive homestretch by the Boston Bruins. They are now Atlantic Division champions, and Jarome Iginla has recovered from his slow start to reach 30 goals once again.
The Boston Bruins weren't content with a one-goal lead, not against the team that erased that same deficit to win the Stanley Cup in their building.
Montreal coach Michel Therrien wanted to continue his team's drive to the playoffs more than to snap Boston's 12-game winning streak.
The Boston Bruins became the first NHL team to clinch a spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs. And they did it by refusing to get ahead of themselves.
Tuukka Rask didn't look like a goalie who has had fits trying to beat the Montreal Canadiens.
The Boston Bruins' domination of the Florida Panthers continued. Well, the Bruins are beating just about everyone lately.
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.
Three straight goals and Jonathan Bernier in net was enough for Toronto to hold a third-period lead in Boston this time.
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.
Bergeron agreed that the Olympics gave him more faith in his ability to add offensive punch to his high-caliber defensive game.
"We need to make sure we start out of the gates a little stronger and we know this year's going to be no different," Bergeron said. "The Red Wings are a very tough opponent."