Bruins Star Patrice Bergeron Not Campaigning for All-Star Fan Votes

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Patrice Bergeron. (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- David Pastrnak was named an All-Star for the first time this week, which gives the Bruins one representative at the January 26th event in San Jose.

So far.

B's forward Patrice Bergeron was named to the NHL's first Last Man In vote. Fans are able to select four players from a list of 31, and the highest vote-getters by division will be added to their respective All-Star rosters.

Voting is underway on NHL dot com and runs thru next Thursday.

Would Bergeron like to campaign for himself?

"I'm not gonna be very good at that, so it's gonna be one of those things where we'll see what happens, and I'll keep trying to be me out there," he said.

Two assists in last night's win over the Flames. Good start, and he ranks third on the team in scoring despite missing 16 games to injury.

Pastrnak thinks he belongs.

"He's a world-class player, and he should be there," he said.

Bergeron's already a six-time All-Star.

WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) reports

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