Found October 04, 2013 on Days of Y'Orr:
Yesterday with about an hour until puck drop the Bruins and defenseman Dennis Seidenberg were busy handling business off of the ice. The team announced that Seidenberg agreed to a four year contract extension that will pay him $4 million dollars per year. Honestly, it's a huge hometown discount given that he's making $3.25M this season and could have potentially gotten a lot more on the open market.  After this season, Seidenberg will be the second highest paid defenseman on the team behind Zdeno Chara. If there was something I had to nitpick about this contract, it's giving a player in his early 30's a full No Movement Clause as he heads into the downslope of his career.   

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Ty Anderson: Extension a win-win for Seidenberg, Bruins

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F**k Baseball, It's Hockey Season. BRUINS WIN!

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Jarome Iginla Drops Gloves in First Bruins Game, Scraps With Radko Gudas (Video)

Jarome Iginla waited a mere 19 minutes before dropping the gloves for his first fight in black and gold. Just before the midway point of the second period in Boston’s season opener Thursday night, Iginla was leveled near the boards by Tampa Bay defenseman Radko Gudas. The hit was clean, but the new Bruin was not pleased with it, and he chose to use some fisticuffs to settle the...
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