Found November 03, 2011 on NESN.com:
BOSTON -- It was a rude awakening. The Bruins thought they were catching a break from the grind of the NHL schedule with a three-day layoff between games this week. But for a handful of Bruins, it was anything but a leisurely morning at the Garden on Thursday when they arrived for practice to find power skating guru Besa Tsintsadze waiting for them. Adam McQuaid, Jordan Caron and Steven Kampfer were among the Bruins who were put through their paces by Tsintsadze before the main practice got under way. "We weren't expecting him today," McQuaid said. "You can see how...
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