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Biker bash. Hundreds of cyclists are expected to ride through the streets of the Hub tonight for the first-ever Boston Bike Party. Rock on. Riders will be led by music while cruising at a maximum of 10 miles per hour as they mix and mingle. Trendy. Cities like San Francisco and Washington, D.C., have seen huge success with similar rides. PAGE 02

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From left, Elodie Garcia, Ben Duncin, Greg Hum and John Ramos held a little pre-party in front of South Station last night in anticipation of tonight’s Boston Bike Party. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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MBTA crime

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MBTA police seek alleged exposer Transit Police have released surveillance photographs of a man they say exposed his genitals while making lewd comments to passengers on the MBTA. The man seen in the pictures is estimated to be about 21 years old. The incident happened on May 19, around 9:50 p.m., as a Red Line train traveled between North Quincy and Wollaston stations. Transit Police regularly release surveillance footage of criminal suspects, particularly those suspected of sexual misconduct on the MBTA. METRO Frankfurter fraud

Man arrested for posing as hot dog salesman on T Dana Reis, 56, of Medford was arrested Friday at Forest Hills MBTA station for allegedly trying to sell hot dogs from a vendor cart that did not belong to him. After Reis said he was filling in for a friend, police found warrants for his arrest, including larceny and defrauding an innkeeper. METRO

From left, John Ramos, Ben Duncin, Greg Hum and Elodie Garcia geared up for tonight’s bike party, departing from Dewey Square.

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Night ride. Cyclists will set off on a two-hour ride through Boston tonight. Hundreds of cyclists are gearing up for Boston’s first “Bike Party” tonight, hopping on a nation-wide trend that is meant to pump up the cycling experience. “When I moved to Boston a couple of months ago, I saw so many bikers, and the city is really nice, and has a lot of infrastructure for bicycles,” said Boston Bike Party Organizer Elodie Garcia, 25. “So I just wanted to

Hospital stint. Mayor Menino returning to hospital to have surgery Mayor Thomas Menino, 70, will undergo surgery Friday at Brigham and Women’s Hospital for an enlarged prostate. “The elective surgery will take a few hours and require a few days in the hospital and some recovery at home,”

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spread the fun.” Other cities’ bike parties have had themes — like a Robot Ride in D.C. and a Rubik’s Cube Ride in San Francisco — but tonight’s will be pretty straightforward. Organizers collected song requests, and intend to lead the group by having cyclists follow the music. Garcia, who is originally from France, said she was inspired by the similar Bike Party in D.C. “I just loved it. It’s a really nice feeling to be with other people on bikes. There is a spirit to try and be friendly with the cars. Even if I have to block traffic a little bit, we try to do it as fast as possible,” she said. Election day

State office elections today It’s voting day in some parts of Boston and Cambridge, as some neighborhoods south of downtown will choose their state senator and Beacon Hill, Back Bay and Cambridgeport will select a Democratic nominee for an open House seat. SHNS

If you go Cyclists will meet at 7.30 p.m. at Dewey Square. •

The two-hour ride sets off at 8 p.m., and will take the group around South Boston and through the South End, with a pit stop at Castle Island.

The ride comes to a halt on Boylston Street.

The cruising speed is capped at 10 miles per hour.

Partygoers may mingle.

As of last night, nearly 430 people had RSVPed on the event’s Facebook page. Since the ride will take place at night, Garcia said she plans to instruct participants to “ride safely.” “Wearing a helmet is better, and being friendly with other cars. We basically want to have a friendly bike culture for cyclists and [motorists].” The party has the potential for success, in Garcia’s opinion, which is why she thinks it will catch on. “It’s a really openminded event.”

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Boston Calling. Second City Hall Plaza show planned for September Before the last band finished its set and ended the first Boston Calling music festival, the show organizers announced a second music fest. Boston Calling will again take place in September and feature Vampire Weekend

and local group Passion Pit. Like last weekend’s two-day show that attracted thousands of people, the show will also take place over two days and be held on City Hall Plaza. It will feature 18 bands. METRO


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Dirty water? Nope, state beaches make the grade Catch some waves. Many of the beaches that are part of or near Boston Harbor earned good marks this year. You don’t have to worry about loving that dirty water to call Boston your home. A recent beach rating gave high marks to the state’s beaches for water quality and safety. Save the Harbor/Save the Bay released on Sunday its second annual Beaches Report Card, which examined water quality and flagging accuracy throughout last year at Department of Conservation and Recreation managed beaches from Nahant to Hull. Beaches in Revere and Winthrop scored the highest in the report with 100 percent safety ratings. M Street Beach,

City Point and Carson Beach in South Boston scored a 99 percent rating. Part of the reason for the high ratings was last year’s dry summer. “Bacterial pollution is often caused by storm water discharges that accompany summer showers, squalls and storms, so less rain means cleaner water,” said Bruce Berman of Save the Harbor/Save the Bay.

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Memorial Day. Beverly cancels parade because elderly veterans can’t go On Memorial Day in Beverly, the city usually throws a parade to honor the men and women who fought and died for their country. But this year was a little different. The city’s veteran services agent said the North Shore community’s parade was canceled this year because of the difficulty older veterans had participating in the annual event, according to the

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“[Last year] was a good year for most of the Boston Harbor region’s public beaches, with more than half earning either an A or an A-plus.” Berman

Beverly Citizen. Instead, an honor ceremony was held in observance of the day. “This year will not be a parade as we usually have,” Veterans Agent Jerry Guilebbe told the Beverly Citizen. The news of the canceled parade angered some veterans who told WBZ that it sends the wrong message to current military members. METRO

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A humpback whale was spotted in the inner portion of Boston Harbor yesterday by a vessel operated by Boston Harbor Cruises, according to the company. METRO

A Hingham homeowner was charged with serving minors after police responded to a house party Saturday night and arrested 16 people ages 17 to 20, WBZ reported. METRO

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Getaway. CapeFlyer makes maiden voyage from Boston to Cape Cod Things went smoothly this weekend for CapeFlyer, a new train service that lets local tourists bypass traffic between Boston and Cape Cod, according to state transportation officials. MassDOT did not have estimates last night on how many people took advantage of the rail line, which ran Friday through Monday from South Station to Hyannis, Mass. But, overall, travelers gave the weekend service a sunny review. “I had a great time with tonight’s ride. I see this growing in popularity quickly,” CapeFlyer rider Brian Donovan said on the train’s Facebook’s page. “Will definitely use again.” Twitter was flooded with photos of customers enjoying the train’s bar car, which serves beer, wine, Cape Codders and bloody marys, as well as some food. Some complained about

Oprah to speak at Harvard Oprah Winfrey is set to speak at Harvard University’s commencement Thursday afternoon. Harvard President Drew Faust told the Harvard Gazette in March that Winfrey’s journey to become one of the world’s most admired women is “one of the great American success stories.” METRO

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the train not keeping its schedule at times — which was a small price to pay for others, who blissfully boasted about zipping by 5-mile backups at the Bourne Bridge. CapeFlyer will run through Labor Day. It’s the first time in more than two decades that there will be rail service between Boston and Cape Cod. MORGAN ROUSSEAU

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Local heroes remembered on Memorial Day Lorraine Grzyb of Somerville throws a flower into Boston Harbor yesterday in honor of a fallen Massachusetts serviceman. Gryzb was one of many to attend the Memorial Day Service in Christopher Columbus Park, where veterans gathered with family members of those who lost their lives in combat. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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US urges garment buyers to keep tabs on Bangladesh labor

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Safety. A catastrophic factory collapse in Dhaka has focused global attention on workplace risks and regulations. International garment buyers, particularly those in the United States, have a crucial role to play in ensuring the safety of Bangladesh’s garment workers, a senior government official said yesterday. “On the labor issue, abso-

lutely — buyers have a critical role, and they must be engaged,” U.S. Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman told a news conference in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital. Western retailers and brands are struggling to assess safety risks at thousands of Bangladesh garment factories after the April 24 collapse of the Rana Plaza building in a Dhaka suburb that killed more than 1,100 people. Their task is made tougher by a lack of robust safety rules, a severe shortage of trained building inspectors and equipment needed to

make proper safety assessments and widespread concern about corruption. Sherman said foreign companies should not give up on Bangladesh. “We are encouraging international investors not to turn their back on Bangladesh, because the solution is reform, not withdrawal,” she said. “Ultimately, success will depend on the will and commitment of industry, government, civil society and everyday Bangladeshis to come together to change the culture of workplace safety and worker rights in Bangladesh,” she added. REUTERS

Memorial Day. President pays tribute to the fallen during Arlington visit President Barack Obama paid tribute to fallen men and women of the U.S. armed services during a Memorial Day ceremony in which he reminded Americans that the country was still at war. During a solemn visit to Arlington National Cemetery, the resting ground for many military casualties, Obama noted in remarks to visitors that next year would mark the last Memorial Day of the U.S.

war in Afghanistan. “But even as we turn the page on a decade of conflict, even as we look forward, let us never forget, as we gather here today, that our nation is still at war,” Obama said. Unlike World War II or the Vietnam War, conflicts that touched nearly every American, most U.S. citizens were not directly affected by the conflicts overseas, the president noted. REUTERS

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UN rights chief says anti-terror measures can backfire

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United Nations human rights chief Navi Pillay told governments yesterday that trying to fight terrorism by limiting personal freedoms and mistreating suspects could only worsen the problem. She spoke as Britain and France were considering tightening anti-terror laws and surveillance after the killings of two soldiers in London and Paris, and as U.S. President Barack Obama renewed his efforts to close the Guantanamo prison camp in Cuba. Pillay said she had received allegations of â&#x20AC;&#x153;very grave violations of human rights that have taken place in the context of counter-

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Italian papers receive threats An envelope containing a suspicious white powder and threats to President Giorgio Napolitano and former Premier Silvio Berlusconi was sent to the Milan headquarters of major newspaper Corriere della Sera yesterday, a police spokesman said. He said another envelope containing a grey powder was sent to the Milan offices of Il Giornale, a daily owned by the Berlusconi family. Il Giornale made no mention of any threats. REUTERS

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Campus. Tech companies construct their own buildings that match the way they work. While much of corporate America is retrenching on the real estate front, the four most influential technology companies in America are each planning headquarters that could win a Pritzker Architecture Prize for hubris. Amazon.com on Friday revealed plans for three verdant bubbles in downtown Seattle, joining Apple’s circular “spaceship,” Facebook’s Frank Gehry-designed openoffice complex and a new Googleplex on the list of

planned trophy offices. “It signals a desire, a statement, to say that we’re special, we’re different. We have changed the world and we are going to continue to change it,” said Margaret O’Mara, associate professor of history at the University of Washington, who has written about the building of Silicon Valley. “It’s also a reflection of robust bank accounts. They have a lot of cash.” Historically, however, when a company becomes preoccupied with the grandeur of its premises, it often signals a high point in its fortunes. These fantastical buildings may end up as little more than costly monuments to vanity and a loss of focus on the core business that made

for success in the first place. “I’ve been thinking the Apple spaceship is going to get nicknamed the ‘Death Star’ because the project is so big and the timing is so bad,” said hedge fund manager Jeff Matthews of Ram Partners. The building is coming to fruition just as Apple’s product cycles may be maturing, he explained. “It is such a classic contrary indicator that you just get the shakes.” He no longer holds Apple stock. REUTERS

skyscrapers that will house a rapidly growing workforce in downtown Seattle. Google Inc. has outgrown its original headquarters in Silicon Valley’s Mountain View and is planning to build a 1.1 million square foot Googleplex nearby. Called Bay View, it will have nine rectangular build-

ings, horizontally bent, with living roofs surrounded by courtyards and connected by bridges. No employee will be more than a two-and-a-halfminute walk away from any colleague, a design aimed at encouraging collaboration. A Google spokeswoman declined further comment.

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Scarlett Johansson as Hillary Clinton?

The casting call to portray Hillary Rodham Clinton in a new biopic about her life is looking pretty ferocious (and attractive). Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Amanda Seyfried and Jessica Chastain are among the actresses vying to play the secretary of state in “Rodham,” a new film that will focus on the early years of Clinton’s marriage and her time as a 20-something lawyer in Washington, D.C. “They’re all wonderful actresses,” director James Ponsoldt told The Independent. “We’re very fortunate that a lot of really great actors are interested in playing these Talking points

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Twitter feed We check in with some of Hollywood’s biggest names to see what they’ve been up to — in their own words, in 140 characters or fewer.

Today, Chloe Grace Moretz is at “the happiest place on Earth,” Tom Arnold is having a rough night, Anna Kendrick is feeling deprived and Joel David Moore has a solution. @ChloeGMoretz: Hell yeah Disney Land @TomArnold: A nice glass of wine can make any meal a relapse. @AnnaKendrick47: No Game of Thrones this week. So, I’m just gonna go back to sleep for another 7 days. @joeldavidmoore: Someone needs to Black Snake Moan Amanda Bynes.

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Roman Polanski isn’t necessarily a fan of birth control, complaining during a press conference in Cannes for his new film, “Venus in Fur,” that the Pill has had a “masculinizing” effect on women. The 79-year-old director says the Pill has “changed the place of women in our times.” He also gripes that moves toward gender equality are having a negative impact on chivalry, noting that “offering flowers to a lady” has now become “indecent.” Polanski’s wife, Emmanuelle Seigner, stars in “Venus in Fur” as an actress dominating her director during auditions for a play.

roles. ...You don’t find people who question the quality of her intelligence or her drive,” he continued. “I want a wonderful actress who could embody that.” Not to knock Clinton (she’s regal) but this is probably the first time Scarlett Johansson and Hillary Clinton have been mentioned in relation to one another — ever.

THE WORD Dorothy Robinson takes on the world of gossip. DOROTHY ROBINSON @dorothyatmetro dorothy.robinson@metro.us

“Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul is the most romantic actor out there — at least on social media. Before he walked down the aisle with his fiance Lauren Parsekian on Sunday in Malibu, he tweeted their photo, saying: “And so it begins.” And on the morning after, he Instagrammed a picture of the two of them from their wedding night with this promise: “A day will never go by without me reminding you how special you are. Thanks for last night my pretty little bird.”

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Pattinson moves back

Robert Pattinson spent Memorial Day weekend moving back into his own home, a Spanish-style villa similar to ex-girlfriend Kristen Stewart’s and only a few miles away in L.A., according to TMZ. Stewart, meanwhile, was caught off-guard by a swarm of paparazzi in a parking garage this weekend and responded with a pair of middle fingers.

Aaron Paul gushes about new wife

Amanda Bynes departs Manhattan Central Booking after being arrested on Friday on charges of reckless endangerment, tampering with evidence and criminal possession of marijuana after she allegedly threw her bong out of her apartment window. /ALO CEBALLOS, GETTY IMAGES

It was all fun and games with Amanda Bynes until she showed up to her court hearing in this wig. That wig is a cry for help. So what’s going on? The more apt question is: What isn’t? This Memorial Day weekend was such a busy one for the star, it’s hard to keep all of the crazy straight. She first showed up in court like this on Friday morning after being arrested for throwing a bong out of her New York City apartment window earlier that morning. She then spent the weekend tweeting various allegations that the NYPD sexually assaulted her. She peppered this with tweets to Rihanna with the shocking, “Chris Brown beat you because you’re not pretty enough.”

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She followed that up with, “I almost named my new dog Rihanna.” She later deleted all posts related to the singer. On Monday, she looped back around to her NYPD allegations, stating that she is suing the NYPD for other various things related to the arrest, including bringing her to a mental hospital and locking her up overnight “for coming home after a facial and working out with my trainer like the good girl that I am.” She concluded by encouraging the public to anticipate another nose job and her impending career “as a singer/rapper!” I know a certain female singer from Barbados who probably won’t be making any cameos on Bynes’ forthcoming album.


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Some major ‘Development’ on Netflix Welcome back. Upon the Bluth family’s return this past weekend, cast members discuss plots and jokes so intricate that even they didn’t get them right away.

Although it’s hard to pinpoint precisely why “Arrested Development” failed to connect with many viewers during its initial three-season run, it seems likely that one reason was the show’s narrative density. While its main thrust was chronicling Michael Bluth’s efforts to corral his wildly dysfunctional family, the series featured countless plot lines that slowly shifted into focus thanks to asides and ever-evolving references that rewarded returning fans over sporadic viewership. Now that the show is back, creator Mitch Hurwitz spared no effort in creating 15 new episodes as complex as their predecessors. And the show’s cast is quick to observe that even they struggled to wrap their heads around dialogue that might be meaningful in as many as three or four different ways. “I’ll try to explain it clearly, but it will come out probably really confusing,” says Michael Cera. “But there was one scene that was like a five-page scene in the computer lab, and different sections of this scene would

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Anyone at any age can rock an RV road trip. “I hope that [the show] shows that the open road is for any generation. My mom and dad were pretty young when they were doing it. It’s sort of like the Wild West. You go out there, and it’s a great adventure,” he says.

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Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Be as amicable and outgoing as you can today. Relationships you establish in your current cycle will blossom into enduring friendships.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. If you’re a member of a club or organization, and you’re asked to fill a particular post or position, do it. It could lead to something big.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. The rewards you’ve been anticipating are on the way. Outside events are what have been holding you back, and circumstances have been shifting in your favor. Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. Whatever knowledge or skills you’ve acquired recently will not go unused or wasted during the upcoming cycle. Put your experience to use. Scorpio | Oct. 23-Nov. 21. A career opportunity that could be bigger than anything you thought possible could come your way. Be ready to take advantage of it with alacrity.

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unrelated to Hurricane Sandy relief. These two senators are true fiscal conservatives who are against pork barrel spending, which our nation cannot afford with our record debt and deficits. Report the entire facts or do not report the story at all.

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MLB power rankings | by Ryan Hannable No. 1

No. 2

Cardinals (32-17) An impressive 4-2 week has moved the Cardinals to the top of Metroâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s power rankings. Pitching and defense was the theme of the week as they gave up an average of just 2.5 runs per game. With a win on Friday, starter Lance Lynn improved to 7-1 on the year. The Cardinals are wrapping up an eightgame road trip, which ends today in Kansas City.

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Rangers (32-17)

Yankees (30-19)

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Texas dropped two of three to the Athletics at home last week, including a Yu Darvish start, thus the reason for their drop. They still have the best pitching the American League has to oďŹ&#x20AC;er, posting a 3.44 ERA, tops in the AL as of Sunday. Texas is in the midst of a stretch of 12 of 16 games away from home.

The big news coming out of the Bronx last week involved yet another big-name injury as Curtis Granderson fractured his pinkie ďŹ nger Friday night and is expected to miss at least four weeks. The team is tied for ďŹ rst place in the AL East and is getting set for a Subway Series with the Mets to start the week.

The surprise Pirates are hanging tough in the loaded NL Central. Going into yesterday, Pittsburgh had won ďŹ ve of its last six games with pitching and defense the key, holding opponents to two runs or less in that stretch. Pirate teams have started seasons strong in the past, but eventually have fallen oďŹ&#x20AC;. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s another â&#x20AC;&#x153;wait and seeâ&#x20AC;? situation in Pittsburgh.

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B’s-Penguins a soap opera on ice NHL playoffs. There are storylines aplenty in this year’s Stanley Cup Eastern Conference Finals.

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In many ways, the NHL events that took place on March 27 and 28 make this 2013 Eastern Conference Finals between the Bruins and Penguins now seem almost predetermined. A few days before the league trade deadline, it appeared that Flames forward and future Hall of Famer Jarome Iginla would be flipped to Boston, except at the last minute he chose the Penguins instead. That meant Bruins prospect and defensemen Matt Bartkowski (a Pittsburgh native and Penguins fan growing up) would stay with Boston and the B’s later traded for former Penguins great Jaromir Jagr, who was then in Dallas. Iginla (four goals, eight assists

this postseason) has been better than both Jagr (four assists) and Bartkowski (one goal, one assist) combined, but the Bruins found a way to win two rounds in the playoffs with each guy playing a decent sized role. Jagr had 439 career goals when he was a superstar in Pittsburgh from 1990 to 2001 and had 65 goals in the playoffs over those 11 seasons in the Steel City. Given his recent struggles scoring the puck, the B’s are hoping Jagr may get an adrenaline boost against the Pens, playing against a city that he once owned. The Penguins have been the top team in the Eastern Conference all season so the fact that they reached this stage is less than surprising given their abundance of world-class talent in Sidney Crosby (seven goals, eight assists), Evgeni Malkin (four goals, 12 assists), Kris Letang (three goals, 13 assists) and James Neal (six goals, four assists) among others. Af-

Quest for the Cup The Bruins and Penguins are set to tangle beginning later this week. With the Western Conference semifinals still taking place, the NHL had yet to announce the dates and times for the Boston-Pittsburgh series as of yesterday afternoon. •

The Bruins enjoyed an off-day on Memorial Day, save for injured defenseman Andrew Ference. Ference worked out with team trainers at TD Garden yesterday and head coach Claude Julien said that Ference has been skating again in recent days. Boston will have a major roster decision to make in the coming days if Ference is ready to go for a portion of the team’s Eastern Conference Finals series against Pittsburgh. Both Torey Krug and Matt Bartkowski have contributed greatly.

ter eliminating the Rangers last Saturday, Bruins forward Milan Lucic even went so far as to compare the Penguins to the Miami Heat, given that their roster is flooded with big-name talent. Former Bruins center Marc Savard has never officially hung up his skates and he’s only 35 years old, but Penguins enforcer Matt Cooke effectively ended his career on March 7, 2010, with a vicious blow to the head (that somehow went unpunished by the NHL) in a game at Consol Energy Center. The B’s never really responded to Cooke’s dirty play and though now is certainly not the time to mete out justice three years later, it’s another interesting sidebar in this series. Cooke (three assists, 18 penalty minutes) has a much bigger role on the Penguins now than he did then.

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