Found October 27, 2011 on NESN.com:
BOSTON -- The Bruins will face their archrivals from Montreal for the first time this season Thursday night at the Garden, and they'll do it with a new look to their forward lines and possibly an old face returning on defense. The Bruins stuck with the revamped lines debuted in Wednesday's practice for Thursday's morning skate, which means Rich Peverley should be back with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand against Montreal. Nathan Horton has been reunited with David Krejci, but with Benoit Pouliot on the opposite wing instead of Milan Lucic. Lucic remains with Chris Kelly and Tyler Seguin after...
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