Fresh off winning his second Selke Trophy in three years, Bruins assistant captain Patrice Bergeron is renowned for being one of the NHL's best two-way players, but did you know that he's a talented performer off the ice?
Bergeron is on the cover of the "NHL 15" video game, and as part of game-maker EA Sports' marketing campaign, the typically low-key Canadian recites a poem, "Feelings," about his love of the game of hockey. It's must-watch stuff, check it out:
Meanwhile, it probably comes as no surprise that Bergeron's teammate, B's agitator Brad Marchand, is also an entertaining artist off the ice. Known for his constant chirping on the ice, Marchand sings a promo song for "NHL 15" with guitar in hand:
Irrespective of their poem and song writing chops, hopefully Bergeron can avoid the cover jinx and produce another stellar season alongside linemate Marchand.
But in the meantime before the puck drops on hockey preseason, the question for Bruins fans is, which of these guys deserves better marks for his respective poetic and musical skills?
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