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Tuukka Rask's most important contribution to the Bruins last season may have been maintaining a professional attitude after losing the No. 1 goalie job to Tim Thomas. By refusing to spark controversy, Rask allowed the B's to stay focused and ride Thomas to the Stanley Cup. Rask has shown that he is more than a typical backup netminder, though. He proved his worth as a rookie two years ago, appearing in 45 games with a .931 save percentage and 1.97 goals against average. At 24 years old, Rask could be the Bruins' goalie of the future, and he's expected to...
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