From Fluto Shinwaza of the Boston Globe:
Bergeron has been symptom-free all summer and has been working out six times a week, mimicking the workouts he has gone through during previous offseasons.
"It does feel like routine," Bergeron said. "I've been working out like this every summer since I've been playing pro. The only thing that's different is that I started a little bit earlier."
The Bruins are hoping a healthy Bergeron can play behind Marc Savard as the No. 2 center, serving as a two-way pivot (possible linemates include Marco Sturm and Chuck Kobasew) who can produce offense and skate against top opposing forwards.
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This is great news for Bruins fans and hockey fans anywhere for that matter. Bergeron is a tremendously talented player that will help the Bruins in all aspects of the game, so long as he can stay concussion free.