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Two weeks ago, Boston sports were basically given the death sentence. The Boston Bruins lose a heartbreaker to the Blackhawks, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett were traded, Ray Allen wins a championship in a Heat uniform, and then of course Aaron Hernandez disappoints millions with his actions. Since then the tables have turned drastically, as the Celtics hire a great, young coach in Brad Stevens, while the Bruins complete a monster trade with the Dallas Stars.     Here is exactly what the final trade product looks like:   Boston Bruins trade: 1.       Tyler Seguin 2.       Rich Peverley 3.       Ryan Button Dallas Stars trade: 1.       Loui Eriksson 2.       Joe Morrow 3.       Reilly Smith 4.       Matt Fraser   (In the process, the Bruins will be $9,003,690 dollars under the salary cap, per @ShawnHutcheon)   For those fans who don’t know much about Loui Eriksson I will put it this way, he just became one of the top three forwards for the Bruins, and he hasn’t
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