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POLL: Where does Patrice Bergeron rank among all-time Bruins?

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POLL: Where does Patrice Bergeron rank among all-time Bruins?

After netting his 2nd hat trick in the last couple of weeks, it had us thinking...where does Patrice Bergeron rank as far as all-time Bruins go?

Bergeron, who is on pace for a career high goals this season, is in his 14th season with Boston after debuting as an 18 year-old during the 2003-04 season. 

Bergeron's current rank in the team's history:

  • Tied for 6th in seasons 
  • 5th in games played
  • 7th in goals (11 behind Ken Hodge for 6th)
  • 7th in assists
  • 7th in total points
  • 6th in power-play goals
  • 4th in game-winning goals


Vote in the poll below to let us know where you think he ranks?

Report: Bruins among these suitors for Senators' Ryan Dzingel

Report: Bruins among these suitors for Senators' Ryan Dzingel

The NHL trade deadline is coming up on Monday, and the Boston Bruins have been one of the more active teams on the trade market. After trading for third-line center Charlie Coyle, the team is reportedly considering another deal to strengthen their team.

According to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger, the Bruins are "among the suitors" for Ottawa's Ryan Dzingel. It's unclear exactly what the Bruins would have to give up, but Dreger speculates that the Sens would get a "quality return."

Dzingel, 26, has already tallied career-high 44 points in 57 games. He has 22 goals and 22 assists, and he notched 23 goals in the previous season. He is a scorer, and that's exactly what the Bruins need to help their offense.

If the Bruins did acquire Dzingel, he would be a top-six player who would likely slot in on the second line as a wing. He would fill in there until David Pastrnak returns from injury and at that time, the B's could then evaluate whether to return Pastrnak to the Patrice Bergeron/Brad Marchand line or move Dzingel up there. Either way, he'd fill the team's need for a top scorer.

Dzingel was a seventh-round pick in the 2011 draft. He is set to be an unrestricted free agent following the season.

The Bruins have also been tied to Ottawa's Mark Stone in trade talks. They could be on the phone quite a bit with the Senators in the coming days.

UPDATE (5:16 p.m. ET): The Athletic's Pierre LeBrun also is reporting the Bruins' and Blue Jackets' interest in Dzingel, adding the St. Louis Blues, Carolina Hurricanes and Calgary Flames as the winger's other suitors.

UPDATE (9 p.m. ET): Dzingel is on the move ... but he isn't headed to Boston.

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NHL Rumors: Bruins one of "serious suitors" for Senators' Mark Stone

NHL Rumors: Bruins one of "serious suitors" for Senators' Mark Stone

The Boston Bruins apparently are still considering making a big splash ahead of the NHL trade deadline.

The Bruins are among several "serious suitors" for Ottawa Senators forward Mark Stone, joining the Winnipeg Jets, Calgary Flames and Nashville Predators, TSN's Bob McKenzie reported Saturday.

McKenzie notes there's still an outside chance Ottawa re-signs the 26-year-old instead of trading him before he becomes a free agent this offseason.

But most signs point to Stone moving before Monday's trade deadline, and with a team-high 62 points (28 goals, 34 assists) through 59 games, he'd be a big pickup for a playoff contender like Boston.

The Bruins already made a move Wednesday by adding Charlie Coyle via trade with the Minnesota Wild, and they'd have to part with more assets to land Stone.

The trade market is rapidly thinning, however. Stone's Senators teammate, Ryan Dzingel, and New York Rangers winger Mats Zuccarello are being traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets and Dallas Stars, respectively, according to reports Saturday night.

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