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WILMINGTON, Mass. (AP) — The Boston Bruins conducted their first on-ice training camp practices for the new season on Friday, and they're already thinking about redemption.
The Bruins want to atone for the way last season ended. They had the best record in the NHL during the regular season with 117 points, then fell short of the Stanley Cup by losing in the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs to the archrival Montreal Canadiens.
Forward Gregory Campbell did not skate, as expected, because of a core injury. Forward prospect Craig Cunningham also did not participate in either of the two practice sessions. Defenseman Torey Krug and forward Reilly Smith remained unsigned and not in camp.
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