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Something's Bruin in Manchester
Fifth- and sixth-graders got a one-hour break from class for some floor hockey, compliments of the Boston Bruins and NESN during a four-day swing through four New England states to fire up fans for the start of the new season.
NESN commentator Andy Brickley, a former Bruin who was an All-American at UNH, stood out among the packs of kids scurrying around the floor after the orange ball during a scrimmage.
Mike Dargin, manager of youth hockey development for the Bruins, ran the kids through a few stickhandling drills — with Edwards calling all the action — before the group split into two teams.
"It was definitely cool," sixth-grader Sofia Pajakowski said.
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