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All Bruins defenseman Johnny Boychuk did this past post-season was lead the NHL in goals by a blue-liner and lay waste to the opposition.
So whet your hockey appetite with the Top 10 THUNDEROUS Bone Jarring Johnny Boychuk Body Checks.
Bow down to DESTROY-CHUK!
Pot Of Baked Beans Goes To @Meagusta!
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from Hockeysverige (translated),
I had a lot to say thanks to my clause in the contract and could have stayed if I had wanted. But I felt that it was still the right decision to move.
Why did you decide to Boston?
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