Found June 07, 2013 on NESN.com:
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Kaspars Daugavins hasn’t played much in a Bruins sweater but that doesn’t mean his teammates or coaches are expecting him to just go through the motions on Friday night. Daugavins is suiting up in Game 4, playing on the B’s third line with Rich Peverley and Tyler Seguin. Chris Kelly, who usually centers that line, was skating with Shawn Thornton and Daniel Paille at morning skate, with Gregory Campbell out for the remainder of the postseason with a broken leg. While he played just six regular-season games with the Black and Gold, Daugavins laced ‘em up in Game 1 against the Maple Leafs when these 2013 playoffs began, notching nearly 10 minutes in total ice time — :25 of which on the penalty kill unit. “He’s a gritty player.  He’s strong on the puck, strong as an individual, he can shoot the puck.  Got a lot of qualities,” head coach Claude Julien told the media after morning skate on Friday. “We’ve always said we’ve got depth on this team.  We showed it when injuries crept
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