Bruins Talk

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After being selected as the No. 8 overall pick in 2007, Zach Hamill is showing a hunger and versatility that may eventually earn him more of a regular role in the NHL.
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Theories abound on why the number of head injuries in hockey is so high.MORE:Savard, Horton injuries opened eyes Safer pucks soon?What about equipment? Concussions crippling rivalries
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The holiday edition of Joe Haggerty's NHL Power Rankings are out, and the Bruins have reason to celebrate. How about the rest of the league?MORE: See Cam Neely's personal power rankings
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29 other teams may believe that the Bruins get preferential treatment from the NHL. Joe Haggerty hopes this conspiracy theory is put to rest after Lucic's suspension.
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The Bruins seem to embrace the challenge of playing a full 60 minutes. They proved that again on Monday night against the Habs.
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Tyler Seguin had been struggling until a talk with the Bruins' captain helped turn things around for the young forward.
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The Bruins have shown that no matter what gets thrown their way -- injuries, suspensions, etc. -- they're going to keep on winning. That, writes Joe Haggerty, is the mark of a great team.

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