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08-28-2012, 05:09 PM
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Bergeron "All-Around" Highlight Video?

I know it's hard to find a highlight video of a player where it features a lot of assists, let alone a video that doesn't just focus on goals, but I was wondering if there was a good video out there that demonstrates Bergeron's all-around ability (defensively and offensively).

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Defense just isn't flashy... You could make one and most people wouldn't know what they were looking at. Best you could hope to find are takeaways and blocked shots, maybe faceoff wins.

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Defense just isn't flashy... You could make one and most people wouldn't know what they were looking at. Best you could hope to find are takeaways and blocked shots, maybe faceoff wins.
Why I love guys like Bergeron, and PJ before him. No flash. All substance.


Most appreciated if someone cobbles a highlight reel together.

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Yeah, a highlight montage of faceoff wins, (small)body and stick checks, and passing amongst a lot of other defensive stuff isn't exactly entertaining.

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Why I love guys like Bergeron, and PJ before him. No flash. All substance.


Most appreciated if someone cobbles a highlight reel together.
no Bergy footage for ya, but here's some classic PJ...




(oh great. put it between the brackets they said. everything after the = sign they said. here it is for anyone who possesses the magical embed pixie dust..."420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/yJJPivHWy2k?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>


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One of my favorite PJ moments was him tomahawking the glass with his stick after scoring a SO winner.

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no Bergy footage for ya, but here's some classic PJ...




(oh great. put it between the brackets they said. everything after the = sign they said. here it is for anyone who possesses the magical embed pixie dust..."420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/yJJPivHWy2k?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
Which vid are you trying to show?

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Which vid are you trying to show?
here it is the old fashioned way...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJJPivHWy2k

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here it is the old fashioned way...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJJPivHWy2k

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here it is the old fashioned way...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJJPivHWy2k

Thanks -- but will let it go. As much as I appreciated PJ, Knuble, et. al., can't Bear the Sinden/OC regime.

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This one that was just uploaded today is probably the best one I've seen. It features a lot of Bergeron's playmaking ability and defensive prowess, at least for the times that it results in a Bruins goal.


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I know it's hard to find a highlight video of a player where it features a lot of assists, let alone a video that doesn't just focus on goals, but I was wondering if there was a good video out there that demonstrates Bergeron's all-around ability (defensively and offensively).
This sounds like a job for Dafoomie. To the Batcave!

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no Bergy footage for ya, but here's some classic PJ...




(oh great. put it between the brackets they said. everything after the = sign they said. here it is for anyone who possesses the magical embed pixie dust..."420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/yJJPivHWy2k?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
Thanks for making the effort,

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here it is the old fashioned way...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJJPivHWy2k
Ha! I was referring to PJ Axelsson.

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This one that was just uploaded today is probably the best one I've seen. It features a lot of Bergeron's playmaking ability and defensive prowess, at least for the times that it results in a Bruins goal.

Thanks. This is quite indicative, minus the face-off prowess. Looks like you solved your own question.

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The play that saved the season in 09-10


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The play that saved the season in 09-10

God I remember that. A classic moment in what's turning out to be a storied career.

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I'm still looking for the move he made on the penalty kill against Pitt where he left his man along the boards and end up perfectly positioned to intercept that guys little drop pass.

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Ha! I was referring to PJ Axelsson.
You've probably already seen it, or it might not be what you're looking for (everything is offensive work, goals, assists and an offensive hit iirc), but it's still worth watching. A lot of P.J. + Savard moments in there too, enough to make you a little teary-eyed, eh?



This is the most recent video I can find on youtube with him:



I could look up highlights with him from last season on shl.se, but they only document goals and assists with videos there, as far as I know. Good career, shame he never got to hoist (a lot of great guys don't, and a lot of... ******** do, oh well), retired this summer.

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A dafoomie/trigger combo.

Dafoomie supplies the clips, trigger works his scorsese magic
Who is trigger?

I go to college for video editing and could probably put something together if I had the clips but I don't really have access to that stuff haha

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This one that was just uploaded today is probably the best one I've seen. It features a lot of Bergeron's playmaking ability and defensive prowess, at least for the times that it results in a Bruins goal.

Damn this video makes me realize how much im gonna miss that Bergy/Seguin/Marchand line. Arguably the best line in hockey when they were clicking...

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Marchand had better thank his lucky stars he's on a line with Bergeron. Sweet baby Moses.

Also never really realized how much Seguin benefited from Bergeron. A LOT of one timers, sloppy seconds, tap-ins... even though I appreciate Bergeron I still feel like I under-appreciate him. That was a great video.

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The play that saved the season in 09-10

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Love how Brick describes the situation at first replay... not even close

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