Breaking: Official statement from Kent Hughes and the Montreal Canadiens Concerning Patrice Bergeron

Published July 25, 2023 at 5:11 PM
BY JULIEN TREKKER
Today is a very special day in the NHL, as we have learned that the captain of the Boston Bruins, Patrice Bergeron, has officially announced his retirement from professional hockey.

The 37-year-old Quebec native, who will undoubtedly become a Hall of Fame member as soon as he becomes eligible, is currently receiving praise from all corners of the league.

It marks a significant moment in the National Hockey League with the departure of one of the best defensive forwards in history. In addition to winning the Stanley Cup in 2011, Bergeron has earned the Frank Selke Trophy six times, which is awarded annually to the best defensive player in the NHL.

Kent Hughes, who has a special relationship with Bergeron, being the agent who brought him in the NHL, released a heartfelt statement.



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It's a very thoughtful gesture from Hughes, as well as the organization of the Canadiens!
DO YOU BELIEVE THAT PATRICE BERGERON'S NUMBER 37 DESERVES TO BE RETIRED BY THE BOSTON BRUINS ONE DAY?
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