Found September 18, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Zdeno Chara
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
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Zdeno Chara is sticking around the Boston area doing charity work, but some Bruins are already planning their exodus in case the lockout looms. Chara was in the area on Monday for his second annual Big Z Challenge that benefits New Hampshire's Hospital For Children. While he was around, he also participated with some of his teammates in an informal practice at Harvard's Bright Arena. The Boston defenseman -- wearing a black and yellow Reebok jersey with no Bruins or NHL logos -- spoke with Naoko Funayama for NESN Daily and says he's staying positive and patient about the lockout,...
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