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The 2012 NHL draft is less than a month away and the Boston Bruins hold five selections in this year’s draft, which will be held at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh (home of the Penguins) on June 22 and 23. Here is the rundown of where and when the Bruins will select in each round. [...]
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