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Forward progress made

Hilbert feels he's come a long way

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell
Globe Staff / March 17, 2004

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There was a time when Bruins forward Andy Hilbert wondered whether he would even play hockey this season. He had hernia surgery during the offseason and wasn't able to work out in the summer the way he normally would. When training camp rolled around, he wasn't healthy enough to participate, and when he finally felt ready, the muscles ... (Full Article: 569 Words)

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