Found January 13, 2013 on BruinsLife:
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The Bruins hold their first official practice at the Garden tomorrow at 1pm. This is a free event and there will be free parking at the North Station Garage at a first comes first serves basis. Doors open at noon, so if you are planning on attending before the pats game, i suggest get there early. You can see the rest of the training camp schedule here. Also to note tickets go on sale Wednesday January 16th at 2 p.m. You can click here for more ticket info.One more thing to note, the Bruins play rival Montreal 4 times with the first game coming on Wednesday February 6th at the Garden, and seek revenge against the Caps 3 times with the first coming on Tuesday March 5th in Washington.I guess Jacobs decided to give back to the fans with the free training camp sessions, it would still be nice if he hooked us up with tickets deals.
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