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Patrice Bergeron does not feel the same emotions as his teammate Brad Marchand


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Jeff Drouin
December 27, 2021  (5:36 PM)
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With the Omicron variant wreaking worldwide, NHL players will not be allowed to represent their country at the Olympics.

This outcome disappoints many, and rightfully so. The best of their profession will not be able to participate in this prestigious competition. A real waste.
Yesterday, Brad Marchand expressed his anger towards the situation, but also towards the NHL. He was very upset.
Today, it was Patrice Bergeron's turn to express his dissatisfaction, but mostly through disappointment. One can sense a man who is terribly disappointed, rather than a man devastated with anger like Marchand.
In his words, this was literally the Quebecer's last chance to compete.
"I would have gone. It would have been my last chance to experience it."
"It's disappointing as an athlete. As a competitor, you want to take part in these events. I went twice and came away with amazing memories."
He's disappointed, but he had some doubts about his fellow competitors not being at the world tournament.
"I had talked to my wife about it, but it was my last chance to participate."
Bergeron also thinks it's a shame, because it was the last chance for many people to participate. This one used a lot of empathy.
"I've been through it twice," Bergeron told the media Monday afternoon. "I think it's a shame for the guys who never got a chance to participate and for whom this may have been the last opportunity."
It's really sad, all of this...
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