Boston Bruins second-line center Patrice Bergeron was in the lineup for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals Monday night despite missing the morning skate.
Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien did not rule out Patrice Bergeron for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals, telling French-speaking media on Sunday that he was "encouraged" by the news he received on the injured forward.
Bruins winger Nathan Horton admitted that coming back from a severe concussion suffered in Game 3 of the Stanley Cups finals has been more difficult than expected.
Nathan Horton, who was knocked out of the Stanley Cup finals on a hit from Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome, said he has been symptom-free for most of the summer.
Roberto Luongo said he regrets critical comments he made about Tim Thomas.
Boston Bruins forward Mark Recchi called it quits on Wednesday night after winning his third Stanley Cup.
Twenty-two year veteran Mark Recchi plans to retire even if the Bruins lose Game 7, a source said.
Boston forward Patrice Bergeron wasn't surprised how quickly the Stanley Cup finals turned nasty, but he was shocked to feel Canucks counterpart Alex Burrows chomp down on the tip of his finger.
The Bruins are glad they made it to the Stanley Cup finals but know that there is still more work to be done.