BostonBruins.com - Patrice Bergeron recently checked in from Quebec City, near where he spends his time in the offseason. According to the Bruins’ alternate captain, he’s set to be ready for Training Camp, which kicks off on Wednesday, September 11.
"I’m feeling pretty good. Recovery’s going well," said Bergeron. "I’d say I’m pretty much 95 percent back to where I’d like to be and I’m feeling pretty good."
"So I guess everything’s going well and I’ve been cranking up the workouts as well so, so far so good."
After the playoffs, Bergeron revealed that he played through a broken rib and torn cartilage during Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, along with a separated shoulder sustained in-game and a collapsed lung that was later discovered at the hospital, where he stayed for three days to recover. His “warrior” mentality epitomized the spoked-B, inspired his teammates, coaches and fans, and resonated beyond the sport.
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