Found August 06, 2013 on Days of Y'Orr:
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A few weeks ago, Team Canada released their camp roster and three Bruins were invited along for the ride. I would say it's a given that Patrice Bergeron makes the Team Canada roster, but Milan Lucic and Brad Marchand? Those two aren't the locks we in Boston would like to think they are. First lets take a look at the forwards list.  Note that position doesn't really mean anything when it comes to the Olympics. At one point in 2010, Patrice Bergeron played on a line with Jonathan Toews and Jarome Iginla - with Toews centering the group. So you can immediately throw out the notion that Mike Babcock is only going to take five centers, five wingers, etc. He'll put the best players together.  So where does that leave Brad Marchand?  Well there's a few things you can do:  After the jump, lets do those things!... 1. Play The Name Game It's pretty easy for us to look at that list and say that Brad Marchand probably isn't going to ...
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