2016 World Cup of Hockey

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Patrice Bergeron
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Position
Forward
Date of Birth
07-24-1985
HT/WT
6'1 / 195
Shoots
R
Hometown
Ancienne-Lorette, Que
BOS '03 (2, 45)
Teams
2016 World Cup of Hockey - Canada

Biography

HOCKEY CANADA BACKGROUND

Won a gold medal with Canada at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia … Attended Canada’s National Men’s Team orientation camp in Calgary, Alta., in August 2013 … Won the 2012 Spengler Cup with Canada … In 2011, became the 25th player, and eighth Canadian, in the IIHF Triple Gold Club, having won an IIHF World Championship gold medal (2004), Olympic gold medal (2010) and Stanley Cup (2011) … Won a gold medal with Canada at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, B.C. … Played for Canada at the 2006 IIHF World Championship in Latvia, finishing fourth … Won a gold medal with Canada’s National Junior Team at the 2005 IIHF World Championship in Grand Forks, N.D., and was named MVP and to the media all-star team … Won a gold medal with Canada at the 2004 IIHF World Championship in the Czech Republic … The first Canadian player to play at the IIHF World Championship (2004) prior to playing at the IIHF World Junior Championship (2005)

HOCKEY BACKGROUND

2015-16: His 12th NHL season, all with Boston … Led Boston in scoring … Set a career high in goals (32) … Tied for eighth in the NHL in face-off win percentage (57.1) … Led the NHL in face-offs taken (1,978) and face-off wins (1,130) … Played in the NHL All-Star Game … 2014-15: Won the Frank J. Selke as top defensive forward in the NHL … Led Boston in scoring … Led the NHL in face-off win percentage (60.2%) … Scored his 200th NHL goal on Feb 22 vs. Chicago … Recorded his 500th NHL point on Oct. 25 vs. Toronto … Played in the NHL All-Star Game … 2013-14: Won the Frank J. Selke Trophy … Won the NHL Foundation Player Award … Second in Boston scoring … Second in the NHL in plus/minus (+38) … Third in the NHL in face-off win percentage (58.7%) … 2012-13: Won the King Clancy Memorial Trophy … Reached the Stanley Cup Final with Boston … Tied for third in Boston scoring … Led the NHL in face-off win percentage (62.1%) … Sixth in the NHL in plus/minus (+24) … Played 21 games with HC Lugano (Switzerland) during the NHL lockout … 2011-12: Won the Frank J. Selke Trophy … Second in Boston scoring … Led the NHL in plus/minus (+36) … Second in the NHL in face-off win percentage (59.3%) … Recorded his 400th NHL point on April 7 vs. Buffalo … 2010-11: Won the Stanley Cup with Boston … Scored the Stanley Cup-winning goal in Game 7 vs. Vancouver … Third in Boston scoring … 10th in the NHL in face-off win percentage (56.6%) … Recorded his 300th NHL point on Dec. 23 vs. Atlanta … Scored his 100th NHL goal on Oct. 28 vs. Toronto … 2009-10: Co-led Boston in scoring … Fifth in the NHL in face-off win percentage (58.0%) … 2008-09: 10th in Boston scoring … Recorded his 200th NHL point on Nov. 19 vs. Buffalo … 2007-08: Missed 72 games due to injury … 2006-07: Second in Boston scoring … Set a career high in assists (48) … 2005-06: Led Boston in scoring … Set a career high in points (73) … Youngest player in Boston history to record a 30-goal season (20 years, 262 days) … Recorded his 100th NHL point on March 21 vs. Atlanta … 2004-05: Spent the season with the AHL’s Providence Bruins during the NHL lockout … Youngest player in the AHL … Played in the AHL All-Star Game … 2003-04: Youngest player in the NHL … Sixth in Boston scoring … Fifth among NHL rookies in goals (16) and points (39) … Scored his first NHL goal on Oct. 18 vs. Los Angeles … Recorded his first NHL point on Oct. 15 vs. Dallas … Made his NHL debut on Oct. 8 vs. New Jersey … Moved to the next level in four consecutive seasons, going from Bantam AAA (2000-01) to Midget AAA (2001-02) to Major Junior (2002-03) to the NHL (2003-04) … Amateur: Played one season of Major Junior hockey (2002-03) with the QMJHL’s Titan d’Acadie-Bathurst

PERSONAL

Married to wife Stephanie … Has one son, Zack … Favourite NHL player: Joe Sakic … Favourite NHL team growing up: Quebec Nordiques

Statistics

Games Played
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Assists
PIM
6
7
4
3
2

Tournament Game Log

Date
Points
Goals
Assists
PIM
Sep 29, 2016
1
1
0
0
Sep 27, 2016
2
1
1
0
Sep 24, 2016
2
0
2
0
Sep 21, 2016
0
0
0
0
Sep 20, 2016
1
1
0
2
Sep 17, 2016
1
1
0
0

Past Events

Event
GP
P
G
A
PIM
2016 World Cup of Hockey
9
9
6
3
2
Videos
Photos
2016-17 NMT: CAN 5 – HCL 2 (Championship)
Three second-period goals helped Canada to its 14th Spengler Cup.
2016-17 NMT: CAN 3 – MIN 2 (Semifinal)
Marc-Antoine Pouliot had three points, and Canada advanced to the Spengler Cup championship game.
2016-17 NMT: CAN 5 – MHK 1 (Quarter-Final)
Raymond, Gormley and Ebbett had 1G 2A each, and Canada advanced.
2016-17 NMT - CAN 4 – HCD 3 (Preliminary)
Ebbett scored the winner, and Canada edged the Spengler Cup hosts.
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