Report: Bergeron Makes Decision on Future

After enduring an off-season full of dysfunction so far, the Boston Bruins and fans got the best news they could hope for. It is being reported that Captain Patrice Bergeron is leaning towards returning to Boston for at least one more season. The return of Bergeron is key for this Bruins roster as they lack a true number one center without him. This now allows general manager Don Sweeney to find the pieces needed to build around Bergeron for what could once again be one final run at the cup for the long-time Bruin and future hockey Hall of Famer.

While the Bruins haven’t officially announced the contract or return, expect the news and details of the agreement to come out in the coming days. The Bruins have now checked off one box and can now focus on adding the next head coach, which Bergeron will most likely have a hand in choosing. The return of Bergeron could also help play a role in the return of David Krejci, as he has been mulling a return to Boston as well. The Bruins could potentially find themselves full of center depth once again as Haula and Coyle could man the bottom six while Bergeron and Krejci hold down their top-six roles.

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