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Video: How to Stay Motivated Ahead of Bruins-Canadiens Series

Gregory Campbell (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

To keep you diehards entertained while we’re in this playoff lull, check out this video. It came out last year after the famous Gregory Campbell incident in which he broke his fibula blocking a shot but still kept playing because his teammates needed him. For those who watched it live, it really was an incredible moment. You could see the agony in his face but he had the courage to keep going.

Jack Edwards composed this video shortly after for a city that was still emotional from the Marathon bombings. He draws parallels between what Campbell did and the heroic actions of Officers Dick Donahue and Sean Collier did last April. It really is an incredible peace of work by Jack and well worth the watch. Check it out:

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