"It's not Stanley but still cool," he said in a caption that accompanied a picture of the two Bruins, smiling brightly, holding the Spengler Cup trophy together.
In Team Canada's 7-2 win over hometown HC Davos on Dec. 31, Bergeron scored the first goal of the game, added three assists, had a +3 rating and won 72.22 percent of his faceoffs. He was given best player of the game honors. Seguin did not score or assist, though he did take two shots on goal and finished with a +1 rating.
Bergeron's Bruins teammate Milan Lucic congratulated him from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.
"I'm sure Bergeron is [the] only player with [a] Spengler Cup, World Junior gold, Olympic gold and a Stanley Cup," he said on Twitter. Bergeron also won a gold medal at the 2004 World Championship on the senior level.
Andrew Ference joked that next for Bergeron is a Super Bowl victory.
Actually, next for Bergeron--after ringing in the New Year over in Switzerland--is a return to North America to await the resolution of the NHL lockout. Seguin will fly back as well.