The Boston Bruins captain can become an unrestricted free agent this summer after completing an eight-year, US$55-million contract with a salary-cap hit of $6.875 million. Before becoming general manager of the Canadiens last January, Kent Hughes had been Bergeron’s longtime agent, leading to speculation the native of L’Ancienne Lorette might be interested in finishing his career in Montreal.

When asked Monday by reporters in Boston if he can see himself playing somewhere else besides Boston next season, Bergeron said: “No. I’ve been here for my whole career. Obviously, (Boston) is a special place for me. It’s not on my mind right now. I just need to take time and regroup.”

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