Found September 22, 2012 on NESN.com:
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NESN Daily brings us an inside look into the offseason of three Bruins players. Bruins TV followed around Tyler Seguin, Brad Marchand and Gregory Campbell in their hometowns in Canada training, walking their dogs and farming. Marchand said about his time off, "The offseason, everyone thinks is time to relax and everything but I always find the offseason harder than the regular season." Seguin said about Boston, "People still always say thank you. You really feel like you won it for yourself and your team but you won it for a whole city, and that's something I love about the...
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