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Quebecer Patrice Bergeron announces his retirement

Boston Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron has announced his retirement. The 38-year-old from L’Ancienne-Lorette near Quebec City is retiring after playing 1,294 games in the NHL.

Bergeron has been a Bruin his entire career.

Renowned as a gentleman, Patrice Bergeron is now headed straight for the Hockey Hall of Fame.

A second-round pick in 2003 for Boston, Bergeron scored 1,040 points in his career. This puts him third on the long list of Boston players, behind the legendary Raymond Bourque and Johnny Bucyk.

Bergeron also holds the record for the most Selke trophies awarded to the NHL’s top defensive forward. He won the trophy in 2023, 2022, 2017, 2015, 2014 and 2012.

Patrice Bergeron‘s most productive season of his long career came in 2018-2019. He scored 32 goals and 47 assists for 79 points in just 65 games.

Under his leadership, the Bruins won the Stanley Cup in 2011. He won Olympic gold medals in 2010 and 2014. Last year, the Bruins had the most successful season in NHL history, accumulating 135 points overall.

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