Boston Bruins center David Krejci hit the 100-point scoring mark for his Stanley Cup playoffs career in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final, and his teammate Patrice Bergeron accomplished the same feat Saturday night.
Bergeron entered Game 3 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final against the St. Louis Blues with 99 career playoff points, and he hit the century mark with a first-period goal (his ninth of the playoffs).
The veteran center, who's playing in his third Cup Final, is the sixth player in Bruins history to tally 100 or more postseason points. Here's the full list:
UPDATE (Saturday, June 1 at 10 p.m. ET): Bergeron now has one goal and two assists in Game 3
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1. Ray Bourque: 161 points, 180 games
2. Phil Esposito: 102 points, 71 games
2. Patrice Bergeron: 102 points, 132 games
4. David Krejci: 101 points, 128 games
5. Johnny Bucyk: 100 points, 109 games
6. Rick Middleton: 100 points, 111 games
7. Bobby Orr: 92 points, 74 games
8. Wayne Cashman: 88 points, 145 games
9. Cam Neely: 87 points, 86 games
10. Ken Hodge: 81 points, 86 games
Bergeron entered Wednesday's game in a tie with for the team lead in 2019 playoff goals (eight) with linemate Brad Marchand.
The enormous playoff success Bergeron has enjoyed in Boston is just one reason why he's going to be remembered as one of the best players in Bruins history.
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