This week, Boston Bruins head coach Claude Julien alluded to the fact that Patrice Bergeron might be a little worn down because the star center has been working hard ever since last
April, when he first started to rehab from his serious concussion and his post-concussion syndrome. The coach pointed to Bergeron’s potential weariness as the source of his slight scoring skid, which reached seven goal-less games after the win over Buffalo Wednesday (although Bergeron did record two assists in the victory).
Today after the club’s practice in Wilmington, I asked Bergeron if the fact that he’s been working out for eight straight months, while his teammates and most of his opponents took at least some time off during the summer, is catching up to him. (more…)