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Morning Sports Update: Bruins’ win over Chicago was ‘a great effort from everybody’

Patrice Bergeron congratulates teammate Brad Marchand after his first-period goal. Getty Images

The Bruins scored a big win over the Blackhawks, the Deflategate case was back in court, and the Red Sox continued to get ready for the season.

Bergeron, Marchand lift Bruins over Blackhawks, 4-2: Boston recorded their fourth home win of the season against a team currently slotted in the playoffs. The Bruins won consecutive home games for the first time since Dec. 20, but for the fifth time in seven games. (Boston.com)

Brady suspension back on the table after Deflategate appeal: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady could again be facing a four-game suspension for the scandal known as Deflategate after federal appeals court judges spent time Thursday shredding some of his union’s favorite arguments for dismissal. (Boston.com)

Koji Uehara takes an important step in camp: For the first time since a line drive broke his right wrist in August, Koji Uehara took the mound and faced hitters. He threw 44 pitches to David Murphy and an assortment of minor league players during the morning at Fenway South. (BostonGlobe.com)

Albert Haynesworth on condition: ‘A lot of things, I just can’t remember’: Brain aneurysms nearly killed former Tennessee Titans and Washington Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth in November 2014, he told Nashville radio station 104.5 The Zone on Thursday. (ESPN.com)

Jaromir Jagr Gave Up His 10 Cups Of Coffee Per Day For Lent: “I was drinking 10 a day,’’ he said. “I felt awful the first few days, I felt like I had no energy at all. I was playing games I didn’t even know I played, the first few games. But then the body got used to it.’’ (Deadspin)

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