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Bruins Practice Open to the Public

According to the Globe’s Fluto Shinzawa, the Bruins are scheduled to hold informal skating sessions at Ristuccia Arena starting on Tuesday, Sept. 2. Click here for a map of the arena’s location.

As always, on-ice sessions are free and open to the public, so I think it would be nice if there were more fans than usual to greet the B’s after a pretty successful 2007-08 season.

Remember, if you attend the team will be different than the previous year. Veteran Glen Murray is gone and forward Michael Ryder was brought in to replace him.

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  1. Is the Bruins still allowing the public to come to their practice sessions?

    Thank you.
    Donna McBay

    Posted by Donna McBay | January 14, 2009, 1:52 pm

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