Claude Julien, Tyler Seguin, Dougie Hamilton Among Bruins to Visit Newtown, Conn. (Photos)

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February 18, 2013

As the Bruins continue to take it to the league’s best competition on the ice, they still find time to give back to communities off the ice.

A number of Bruins, including head coach Claude Julien, center Tyler Seguin and rookie defenseman Dougie Hamilton, took a trip down to Newtown, Conn., on Monday. The B’s payed their respects to the families and children of Newtown, while signing a few autographs and playing street hockey with the kids. Everyone had an opportunity to take a picture with the players and even had a chance to snap a photo with Lord Stanley’s Cup.

For all the help the Bruins brought to Newtown, the kids presented Julien & Co. with a Newtown hockey sweaters as a token of their appreciation.

Check out some photos from the team’s trip below.

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Boston Bruins Newtown

Photo via Instagram/NHL Bruins

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