Patrice Bergeron arguably has been the most valuable player on the Boston Bruins over the last few seasons.
As a top-six center, Bergeron does a little bit of everything for the B’s. He scores goals, plays Selke Trophy-caliber defense, contributes to both special teams units and provides exceptional leadership.
The two-way forward also has scored many clutch goals for the Bruins in the playoffs, including two in Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final and two in Game 7 of a 2013 first-round series against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Bergeron turned 29 on Thursday, so let’s celebrate by watching some of the best moments from his time as a Bruin.