Found April 18, 2012 on NESN.com:
Zdeno Chara is arguably the most imposing force in all of hockey. And Andrew Ference can be seen doling out big hits and plenty of pain fairly often during Bruins games. But in their free time, apparently Big Z and Ference enjoy re-enacting scenes from the hit movie Titanic. I'm not sure if Chara was made to play Jack, but the resemblence to Leonardo DiCaprio is pretty evident. Ference, on the other hand, has clearly been practicing his best Kate Winslet impersonation in case of a sequel -- although that would seem rather unlikely. The Bruins did have an off-day...
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