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    March 30, 2020 8:53 PM CDT

    BOSTON - Boston Bruins players wore costumes from the movie Frozen during their annual visit to Boston Childrens Hospital. Matt Stover Jersey .Some of them even sang Let It Go, the big hit from the animated film.Ive heard the song a lot of times, especially with my niece singing, defenceman Torey Krug said during Mondays visit.Krug, who dressed up as Olaf The Snowman, and Matt Bartkowski, in a Sven the Reindeer costume, sang the tune.Other Bruins who attended were Kevan Miller as Kristoff, Matt Fraser as Anna, Seth Griffith as Hans and Dougie Hamilton as Elsa, the Snow Queen.They gave young patients gifts and signed autographs.Just here to put smiles on their faces, Krug said. The movie makes them happy, so thats the most important thing. Jonathan Ogden Jersey . The 26-year-old Redditch, England, native played three of his past four seasons under Rennie with the Carolina RailHawks of the North American Soccer League. Kyle Boller Jersey . Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris, city natives, handled the catering for teammates that begged them for the tasty postgame feast.BROSSARD, Que. - Canadiens forward Dale Weise says he never revealed exactly what was said by Bostons Milan Lucic during a post-game handshake after Montreal eliminated the Bruins from the NHL playoffs this week. The winger was reportedly threatened by the rugged Boston forward during the traditional on-ice handshake between teams at the end of a series. Lucic, a 25-year-old from Vancouver, aggressively shook hands and had words with Weise and defenceman Alexei Emelin. "You know what? Im going to say it once: I never went into detail about it," Weise said Friday. "I never made any comment on what he said. "It got blown out of proportion. They read his lips. TSN did it or whatever. I never personally went into any detail about what he said. I believe that should stay on the ice, and well leave it at that." The Bruin reportedly said: "Im going to killl you next year," with an F-Bomb thrown in for good measure. Robert Griffin III Jersey. When told that Weise said he had been threatened, Lucic called him a "baby" for revealing what was said between players on the ice, violating one of hockeys unwritten rules. Lucic and the Bruins were harshly criticized for what some called disrespectful acts and words during Montreals seven-game win in the NHL Eastern Conference final. But Canadiens centre Daniel Briere said it is unfair to blame the entire Boston team. "The last few days weve heard a lot about Milan Lucic, his comments and all that," said Briere. "A lot of people are saying thats a reflection of the Bruins and it represents the team. "But on the other hand, you have a player like Patrice Bergeron, who has all the class in the world. Its not fair to say it reflects on all the Bruins." ' ' '