Bruins Talk

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Dennis Seidenberg quit hockey once. Almost for good. To play tennis. He was good, too. Luckily for the B's, he put down the racket, laced up his skates and eventually helped lead them to their first Cup in 39 years.
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The two 19-year-old forwards were signed to three-year entry level contracts.
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Yes, even the Stanley Cup has trouble making it's flight. The Cup was late to board its flight and therefore missed most of its day with Nathan Horton, who was scheduled to have a parade with it in his hometown
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Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid received a three-year extension from the team today, locking him up for the next four season.
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Also, the Bruins win best team award, and BC's Mark Herzlich is honored for best comeback.
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Marc Savard is taking the Stanley Cup to his hometown of Peterborough, Ontario on August 1 to be on display during a local golf tournament.
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Monday marked the end of the Bruins development camp. A lot was learned about the B's prospects, but did any perform well enough to crack next season's roster?
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Bruins coach Claude Julien has undoubtedly spent a lot of time with Michael Ryder over their careers, but having gone to Dallas on a two-year deal, Julien is ready to work in a replacement. Joe Haggerty has this and much more in his Bruins notes.
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CSNNE's Joe Haggerty wraps up development camp with snapshots of players that caught his eye.
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GM Peter Chiarelli is confident that the Bruins will secure a new contract with the young forward.

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