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Claude Julien surprises Andover girls at practice

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The Bruins were supposed to be in Philly Thursday to play their first game of the season, but because the
genius NHL owners have locked the players out, the hockey season is currently on ice. So how did B’s coach Claude Julien spend opening night? He was in Andover, where he and assistant coach Geoff Ward surprised
a U12 girls team, leading their practice, giving a pep talk, and signing a few autographs. We wonder where
Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs spent opening night.

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