Found August 24, 2012 on NESN.com:
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Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg wants to play hockey this season. If he has to go home to do so, he sounds more than willing to make that happen. The Boston Globe reports that Seidenberg is toying with the idea of returning to Germany to play this fall if the NHL suffers another lockout. "It would be nice to play with him if it gets to that point," Seidenberg told the Globe at Milan Lucic's celebrity softball game. "But for now, I haven't really put enough tought into it to say what I'm going to do." The move would make sense...
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