Found March 22, 2012 on NESN.com:
Rule No. 1 about traveling with the Bruins is apparently "Don't fall asleep" on the team plane because if you do, you will have your picture taken and it will end up on the Internet. Milan Lucic and Gregory Campbell found that out the hard way on Wednesday afternoon when the team traveled across the country to California where they will open a three-game road trip in the Golden State starting Thursday night at San Jose. The B's turned to amateur photographer Andrew Ference to provide the hijinks as the defenseman used his camera phone to grab a couple of...
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