Recent stat revealed shows that Bergeron will go down as the best two-way forward

Published July 28, 2023 at 12:04
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In a remarkable display of his defensive prowess, Patrice Bergeron has left an indelible mark on the Selke Trophy race over the past 12 seasons (2011-12 to 2022-23).

With a staggering 1,941 Selke Trophy ballots submitted during this period, Bergeron's name appeared in an overwhelming 92% of them, a testament to his consistent excellence. A closer look reveals that an impressive 1,785 ballots featured the star player, underscoring his undeniable impact on the game.

A recent tweet from @jfreshhockey highlights Bergeron's domination, showing that he secured the top spot in 48% of the ballots, totaling an impressive 937 first-place selections.




Such a feat confirms what fans and analysts have long known – Bergeron is a defensive stalwart and a force to be reckoned with in the NHL.

It is evident that Bergeron's consistent recognition in the Selke Trophy voting solidifies his legacy as one of the greatest two-way players the league has ever seen. His ability to shut down opponents and contribute offensively makes him a true standout on the ice, and his influence on the game is sure to be remembered for years to come.
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Recent stat revealed shows that Bergeron will go down as the best two-way forward

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