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Cam Neely brings Wounded Warriors to TD Garden

Sheryl Lanzel/Boston Bruins

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Before Justin Bieber and Aly Raisman took over the TD Garden with music and gymnastics on Saturday and Sunday, Bruins legend Cam Neely was there on Friday to have lunch with alumni from the Wounded Warrior Project, a group that helps service people who were injured in combat. Neely (left) gave his guests — who included Sven Mozdiez and his wife, Rebecca, of Hudson — a tour of the locker room and a closer look at the Bruins Stanley Cup banner.

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