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The Bruins are facing elimination Sunday afternoon in Washington, and they are also facing big questions in their lineup for Game 6 at the Verizon Center. Center Patrice Bergeron and defenseman Joe Corvo both suffered injuries in Game 5 Saturday in Boston, and their status for Game 6 is in question. Both traveled to Washington and Claude Julien told reporters in D.C. that they would both take the ice in warm-ups before a final decision will be made. The Boston Globe's Fluto Shinzawa in Washington reported that Bergeron got to the rink early, arriving ahead of the team bus to...
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