Found June 30, 2012 on NESN.com:
The offseason continues to fly by, with one big event after another. The draft is in the books and the Bruins development camp is already under way, while free agency is set to open on Sunday. Those key happenings provide some excitement in the dreary months between games, and the passage of each of them brings us that much closer to the start of another season. They also provide for plenty of fodder for questions to fill the latest edition of the Bruins Mailbag. As always, I'd like to thank all the readers who sent in questions and apologize in...
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