Found October 25, 2012 on Days of Y'Orr:
  First it was Tuukka and his delicate groin. Now Bergeron is questionable for games with an injury, according to Naoko Funayama.   Patrice Bergeron (HC Lugano) has upperbody injury. Day-to-day. Missed last game but practiced today. Questionable for tomorrow's game. — Naoko Funayama (@NaokoFunayama) October 25, 2012 We'll let Captain Kirk take it from here.       You said it, James T. Bruins is going to have a battered roster before the season even begins. Awful. Get **** together, NHL & NHLPA.
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