Major Update on Bruins’ Captain Patrice Bergeron as His Return is Delayed

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The Boston Bruins provide a major update on captain Patrice Bergeron's injury status, revealing that he will not travel with the team for Games 3 and 4 against the Florida Panthers, with his return potentially delayed until Game 5.

The Boston Bruins have released a significant update on the status of their captain, Patrice Bergeron, who is currently sidelined with an injury. Having missed Games 1 and 2 of their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series against the Florida Panthers, Bergeron will reportedly not travel with the team to Florida for Games 3 and 4. His potential return to the ice could be delayed until Game 5, which will take place in Boston.

As a 5-time Selke Trophy winner and one of the best two-way forwards in the game, Bergeron’s absence has been felt by the Bruins during the first two games of the series. The series currently stands at a 1-1 tie, with the Panthers securing a 6-3 victory in Game 2 in Boston.

During the regular season, Bergeron was a key contributor for the Bruins, scoring 27 goals and notching 31 assists for a total of 58 points in 78 games. His career playoff numbers are very impressive, with 49 goals, 78 assists, and a total of 127 points across 167 games played. Patrice Bergeron injury update

With their captain out of the lineup, the Bruins will need to step up their game to remain competitive in the series against the Panthers. They need to get at least one win away from home in Florida if they don’t want this season and series to turn into a disaster. The Bruins set the record for the most wins ever in a regular season, and a first round exit is the last thing anyone would expect from this team.

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