FantasySP / NHL / Patrice Bergeron FantasySP / NHL / Patrice Bergeron Copyright 2018 5167880 <![CDATA[Patrice Bergeron back on ice, moving closer to return to action]]> Patrice Bergeron was on the ice for part of the team’s pregame stake Monday morning at Warrior Ice Arena.He has missed the last 10 games with a fractured right foot heading into tonight’s clash with the Columbus Blue Jackets at the TD Garden.Bergeron initially injured the foot in a 4-3 loss at Toronto on Feb. 24 but played the following night in Buffalo. He had a CT scan on Feb. 26 that revealed the fracture. ]]> 5167880 Mon, 19 Mar 2018 14:30:01 EDT Boston Herald <![CDATA[Patrice Bergeron (foot) was back on the ice for Monday's morning]]> Patrice Bergeron (foot) was back on the ice for Monday's morning skate. Bergeron skated before his Boston teammates took to the ice and he stayed out and took part in some drills as a rover. [...]]]> 5167754 Mon, 19 Mar 2018 12:00:10 EDT <![CDATA[Without definitive timetable for return]]> Bergeron (foot) doesn't have a concrete timetable for his return, but could travel with Boston during its upcoming road trip.

While meeting with reporters Sunday, general manager Don Sweeney said that "We don't have a definitive timetable. Our doctors have set a hopeful time frame, but that's the healing process. He may join us on the trip here, but we're (going to) wait tomorrow and see where he's at." While it's unclear what the timetable the medical staff has set for Bergeron, the fact he might pack his bags and join the team is certainly good news. However, with Boston sitting in second in the Atlantic Division it's unlikely they return Bergeron before he regains full health with playoffs in mind, and more information should be released before Boston finishes its four game trip.

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<![CDATA[Coach Bruce Cassidy doesn't expect Patrice Bergeron (foot) to]]> Patrice Bergeron (foot) to play at all during the team's road trip. The Bruins' road swing began in Chicago on Sunday afternoon and it ends next Saturday at Tampa Bay. [...]]]> 5160092 Sun, 11 Mar 2018 18:00:07 EDT <![CDATA[Remains off ice due to foot injury]]> Bergeron (foot) has yet to skate after fracturing his right foot Feb. 24 against the Maple Leafs, Bill Doyle of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports.

Doyle also relayed from Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy that Bergeron is expected to miss the entire four-game road trip that wraps up March 17 in Tampa Bay. Surprisingly, the celebrated two-way pivot is not yet listed on injured reserve, but it seems like only a matter of time before that happens.

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<![CDATA[Bruins notebook: Rookie Charlie McAvoy out at least four weeks with MCL sprain in left knee]]> Patrice Bergeron to guide rookie defenseman Charlie McAvoy through a prolonged rehabilitation.General manager Don Sweeney yesterday announced that McAvoy suffered a sprained MCL in his left knee and will be out at least four weeks. McAvoy joined the wounded and the healthy scratches on the ninth floor for last night’s 6-5 overtime win against the Detroit Red Wings. ]]> 5156202 Wed, 07 Mar 2018 2:00:02 EDT Boston Herald <![CDATA[Charlie McAvoy out tonight for Bruins with injury]]> Patrice Bergeron, out with a fractured right foot, was wearing skates and seated in a folding chair that was ushered along the ice to the front row by Brandon Carlo.Bruins executives followed, led by team president Cam Neely. The last person out of the tunnel was rookie defenseman Charlie McAvoy, who gingerly navigated the slippery ice surface in a pair of beach sandals. ]]> 5155278 Tue, 06 Mar 2018 0:25:01 EDT Boston Herald