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Nylander out with mysterious ailment

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell
Globe Staff / April 12, 2004

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MONTREAL -- Flu-like symptoms or post-concussion syndrome? That was the latest mystery surrounding the Bruins and their ailing lineup. Center Michael Nylander , one of the club's most valuable contributors in the first two playoff games against the Canadiens, was scratched for last night's Game 3, a 3-2 Boston loss. (Full Article: 1014 Words)

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