Brad Marchand compares Bruins star Patrice Bergeron to this luxury car

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Brad Marchand compares Patrice Bergeron to this classic luxury car originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

Boston Bruins star Brad Marchand isn't afraid to speak his mind, and he's been doing a lot of that lately.

Whether it's voicing his displeasure over NHL players not going to the 2022 Winter Olympics or taking a shot at the Carolina Hurricanes over Twitter, Marchand is a straight shooter.

Earlier this month, Marchand responded to comparisons between him and Hurricanes forward Vincent Trocheck with a hilarious line in a tweet that read, "This is like comparing a Lambo to a Prius." Marchand ending up deleting the tweet, but the message was sent.

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In an interview with TNT's Paul Bissonnette before Thursday night's Bruins-Avalanche game, Marchand was asked to make another car comparison.

Which vehicle would he use to describe his linemate Patrice Bergeron's skill set?

"He's like a vintage Ferrari," Marchand said.

Check out his explanation in the video below:

A vintage Ferrari is an excellent choice for Bergeron -- a player who's given elite performances for nearly two decades and will someday be in the Hockey Hall of Fame.

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Marchand is having a really strong season himself. He scored in Boston's 4-3 loss to the Avalanche, giving him a team-leading 21 goals (along with 25 assists) in 35 games.