Found May 24, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Brian Rolston
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
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Editor's Note: The Bruins are facing a longer offseason than they had hoped after their title defense was ended early with a first-round loss to Washington. The extra time could come in handy though, as the Bruins have plenty of decisions to make this summer. At the top of that list is what they will do with the many pending free agents on their roster. Each day over the next two weeks, NESN.com Bruins beat writer Douglas Flynn will look at one of the club's veteran free agents. Brian Rolston returned to the Bruins eight years after his first stint...
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