Found June 13, 2012 on NESN.com:
The 2012-13 Bruins are going to look an awful lot like the 2011-12 Bruins. That has been made clear with the re-signings of centers Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell this week on the heels of forward Daniel Paille's extension earlier this month. That could also be a concern considering those 2011-12 Bruins were ousted from the playoffs in the opening round. But the 2012-13 Bruins will also look an awful lot like the 2010-11 Bruins. That's a little more reassuring considering the fact that it was that group that finally ended Boston's 39-year Stanley Cup drought. That championship came less...
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