Patrice Bergeron is one of the best all-around players in the NHL. While he may not have anything in his trophy case to prove that, it’s widely accepted that the Bruins forward is one of the best two-way players in hockey today.
That all-around game was on full display Wednesday night in New Jersey where Bergeron turned in a play that pretty much exemplified what he’s all about. Bergeron made a heady defensive play blocking a shot during the penalty kill and turned it into a breakaway before using his signature break-out move to find the back of the net in a 6-1 Bruins rout.
That play was so good, in fact, it gets tabbed as the Ketel One Honorable Moment. Check it out in the video above.