Found July 11, 2013 on NESN.com:
The contract Tuukka Rask signed Wednesday will keep in Boston for nearly another decade. It’s great to have assured stability at the position for that long, but some may say that such a lengthy contract may stunt the growth of the team’s younger goaltenders, particularly 2012 first-round pick Malcolm Subban. But Subban, who remained in juniors last season and will start this year in Providence, isn’t worrying about any of that quite yet. To hear more from the young goalie as well as Bruins assistant manager Don Sweeney on the Bruins’ future in net, check out the video above.
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