WASHINGTON — The Bruins’ best forward will at the very least be at Game 6 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.
Patrice Bergeron , who left Saturday’s 4-3 loss to the Capitals in the third period, was spotted by multiple reporters as he entered the Verizon Center  by himself before noon. He could be early to undergo treatment or to be examined by team doctors.
Bergeron, who led the NHL  with a plus-36 rating in the regular season, took only three shifts in the third period Saturday. After the game, coach Claude Julien  did not indicate how Bergeron suffered the injury or what the injury was, but Bergeron could have been hurt on a third-period hit he took from Capitals forward Alexander Ovechkin.