Found January 22, 2013 on Bob's Blitz :
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The Boston Bruins are apparently giving out free food vouchers to make up for the strike (yep, done). So -- what's this kid got in his food that he doesn't want? Even Jeff doesn't... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
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Young Bruins fan finds something gross in food

The Bruins are giving their fans free food vouchers for the first five games of the season as an apology of sorts for making them suffer through the extended lockout, but as this kid and the disgusted look on his face will attest, just because something is free don’t necessarily mean it’s good. I have no idea what sort of food item this mother got her kid from the TD Garden concession...

Young Bruins fan finds something gross in his food (Video)

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Video: Young Bruins fan finds something gross in his food

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