Found September 05, 2012 on Days of Y'Orr:
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We usually stay away from hockey rumors because they're dumber than Ryan Miller chasing after a loose puck (what?), but we want to talk about something other than the CBA and Tim Thomas going crazy, so...With a lockout all but official, there's a new swell of Keith Yandle to the Bruins rumors floating around the Interwebs. And by swell we mean one rumor mill twitter account.CSNNE.com had a story about a "source" who says the Bruins have an offer on the table to get Yandle. That source would be @HockeyInsiderr who is about as reliable as using Eklund as a source, which is as reliable as Helen Keller telling you how beautiful the sunrise was this morning.While it wasn't the first time that Yandle's name has been linked to the Bruins, a tweet over the weekend from @HockeyyInsiderr brought it back to the surface when he tweeted:"Also hearing that the #Bruins are actively shopping for a top pair d-man to partner up with Chara. Interested in Yandle and Bouwm...
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