He had at least a point in all four of the Bruins' games last week, including the overtime game-winner against the Ottawa Senators, another goal against the Montreal Canadiens and a total of five assists. In total, he had two assists on Feb. 26, a goal on Feb. 28, an assist on March 2 and then a goal and two assists on March 3.
He has appeared in all of Boston's games so far this season and has never registered a negative rating in any of them. Plus, he is now on a four-game point-scoring streak and currently leads all Bruins for assists and points.
His line was the brightest spot in the team's 4-3 loss to Montreal and was recognized as such in coach Claude Julien's post-game press conference.
"By far, they were our best line tonight," he said, adding that he wished some other lines had been performing well too because it is hard to win games when relying on just three people.
The other two stars of the week are first star Max Pacioretty of Montreal and third star Niklas Backstrom of the Minnesota Wild. Two of the week's stars, Pacioretty and Bergeron, won awards at the 2012 NHL Awards: the Masterton Trophy and Selke Trophy, respectively.