Bruins vow not to ‘fall off’ after playoff disaster, Bergeron retirement

Bruins vow not to 'fall off' after playoff disaster, Bergeron retirement

An historic regular season was followed up by postseason heartbreak — and the retirement of a legend. Here’s how the next era begins.


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