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Is Brad Marchand The Bruins' Peacekeeper Now?

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Is Brad Marchand The Bruins' Peacekeeper Now?

Is Brad Marchand The Bruins' Peacekeeper Now?

Brad Marchand played peacekeeper during Game 1 against the Carolina Hurricanes, and Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy had a pretty funny analysis of Marchand's new role.

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