Patrice Bergeron Scores First Goal For Bruins In Big Win Vs. Red Wings

It was a good day for Bergy and the B's

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Patrice Bergeron kicked off what would be a great game for his team.

The Boston Bruins weren’t the first to score in their game against the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday afternoon but walked away with a dominant 5-1 win.

Bergeron got the scoring started when he shot one home off a pass from Craig Smith. The Bruins captain finished with eight shots on the day.

For more on Bergeron’s night, check out the video above from “Bruins Postgame Final,” presented by Rodenhiser Home Services.

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