Found March 08, 2012 on NESN.com:
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BOSTON -- Dennis Seidenberg doesn’t lose his temper often. Tuesday night in Toronto, the Bruins defenseman showed why opponents would be wise to keep it that way. Seidenberg engaged in a rare fight that night against the Leafs, but his lack of experience didn’t prevent Seidenberg from laying quite a beating on Toronto forward Colby Armstrong. It was a sight Seidenberg’s teammates were still marveling at two days later as they prepared to face the Sabres on Thursday. "I’ve seen him fight a couple times, he kind of knows what he’s doing," Bruins resident enforcer Shawn Thornton said after Thursday’s...
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