Found June 14, 2013 on NESN.com:
The team that stands victorious at the end of a best-of-seven series is often the team with the shortest memory. After a loss — even a triple-overtime one — great teams learn from their mistakes, but do not dwell on them. After the Bruins dropped Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final to the Blackhawks on Wednesday night (or, technically, early Thursday morning), the players underwent a “self-imposed media blackout,” taking some time to relax and get their minds right for Game 2 on Saturday. The B’s, including Nathan Horton, did practice Friday, but they made sure to spend a little time away from the game on Thursday. To hear how the players spent their off day, and hear Chris Kelly‘s review of Cloud Atlas (hint: it wasn’t favorable), check out the video above.
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