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From Tony Kress on Vimeo.   A.B. This one is for all the ladies out there. I don’t want to jump the gun but Seguin might soon take over Brady’s spot on top as Boston’s female fan favorite. Another Cup before another Lombardi might sway the vote… Sidenote – I wish I was a fly on the Bruins locker room wall for when his teammates catch wind of this. Although, Patrice Bergeron can’t really say much…
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