Found September 07, 2013 on Boston Sports Then & Now:
PLAYERS: Brad Marchand
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
(PHOTO: Instagram) Bruins winger Brad Marchand is known for his feisty, gritty play and to be honest his nose. Fans Of the Black & Gold know him as the Nose Face Killah. And he will lose no “War Of The Noses” Or “Beak Off” as this Instagram implies. The post Bruins Beat: Brad Marchand Competes In “The War Of The Noses” (PHOTOS) appeared first on Boston Sports Then and Now.

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