In the aftermath of their Game 7 loss to the Florida Panthers, Boston Bruins goaltender Jeremy Swayman and head coach Jim Montgomery expressed their admiration and respect for Patrice Bergeron, who is now a free agent after signing a one-year deal at the start of the season. Both Swayman and Montgomery discussed the impact Bergeron has had on the team and their hopes for his future in the NHL. Patrice Bergeron’s impact and future
Swayman had high praise for Bergeron, describing him as “one of the best humans” and “one of the best leaders” he has ever met. The young goaltender expressed his willingness to do anything for Bergeron, knowing the Bruins captain would reciprocate that support.
Montgomery also lauded Bergeron, sharing that he has learned a lot from the veteran center and hopes to continue learning from him in the upcoming season. While Montgomery hinted at the possibility of Bergeron returning to the Bruins next season, the final decision remains in the hands of the long-time Boston legend.
Patrice Bergeron has played over 1,200 games in a Bruins sweater throughout his illustrious career and will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on the franchise. As he contemplates his future in the NHL, the Bruins organization and its fans eagerly await his decision, hoping for at least one more season with their beloved captain. Bergeron said he wants to discuss with his family before deciding his future. Patrice Bergeron’s impact and future