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Bruins offer free concessions at January home games

Posted by Matt Pepin, Boston.com Staff  January 13, 2013 11:20 AM

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Lockout recovery has begun across the NHL as teams announce plans to make up with fans.

In the Bruins' case, the team announced Sunday morning it will offer free concessions to fans at the five home games in January, discounts at the Bruins ProShop and Fan Zones during home games, and giveaways at the home opener on Saturday.

The free concessions will be doled out in the form of vouchers to each fan that can be redeemed for three food or non-alcoholic beverage concessions. Fans in January will also receive 25 percent discounts at the ProShop and Fan Zones during games, and the home opener giveaways will include game-worn player jerseys and the chance to fly on the team charter to an away game.

Training camp opened on Sunday at TD Garden (1 p.m.), and it is open to the public at no charge. Training camp continues Monday and Wednesday through Friday at Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington (10 a.m. each day). On Tuesday, the Bruins will hold a Black and Gold intersquad scrimmage at TD Garden (7 p.m.) that is free and open to the public, but tickets are required.

Tickets for the Black and Gold game will be available Monday at 11 a.m. on the Bruins' web site or by visiting the TD Garden box office.

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