Patrice Bergeron has been called many things, but the term “warrior” continues to surface, and, rightfully so – with all due respect to our men and women in the military. Bergeron was not only playing through a broken rib, torn cartilage and a separated shoulder during the Stanley Cup Final but it was revealed by Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli that the B’s center also has a “small hole in his lung.” Bergeron “was a warrior,” head coach Claude Julien said during the news conference. “I can’t say enough about his performance and what he did while being injured.” “[Bergeron's] willingness to play in that game and to leave it all out there is really impressive,” Milan Lucic said. “Playing through what he played through and his will to win … that’s why he’s one of our main leaders in this hockey club. He’s shown how important of a player he is. And it was pretty inspirational to see him suck it up and play Game 6, and I think that’s why we had such a great start. Hopefully he can get some much-needed rest here and heal up his injury 100 percent too, so he’s ready to go next year.”