Found May 12, 2012 on NESN.com:
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Phil Kessel is the gift that keeps on giving. Well, Kessel and Brian Burke to be more accurate. Burke, the Maple Leafs general manager, was generous enough to give the Bruins two first-round picks and a second rounder for Kessel back in 2009. The first of those picks brought Tyler Seguin to Boston and as the second overall selection of the 2010 draft. After helping the Bruins win the Cup in his rookie year and enjoying a breakthrough sophomore campaign with team-high 29-38-67 totals this season, that alone would be a pretty solid return for the enigmatic Kessel. But the...
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