Found February 05, 2012 on Boston.com:
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The puck is going in the net for Brandon Bochenski, and that alone makes life good. The former Bruin, hustled into Boston to help kick-start a sputtering offense during Dave Lewis’s one year behind the bench, is now finishing his second season for the Astana Barys in Kazakhstan and recently played in the Kontinental Hockey League’s all-star game.
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