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BOSTON BRUINS POSTGAME QUOTES

BOSTON BRUINS VS MONTREAL CANADIENS
Thursday, January 30, 2014

BRUINS HEAD COACH CLAUDE JULIEN POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE
On what went wrong in tonight’s game that caused the loss...
There were three things for me. We didn’t skate well tonight, we didn’t make good decisions, and we didn’t execute well. When you’ve got none of those three things you’re not going to win too many hockey games. So, that was absent in our game tonight and we certainly didn’t pick a good night to play that kind of game, but the results are from a lack of those three things.

On if the team was complacent after winning their last four games...
Well you hope it’s just a one-game thing and hopefully the answer will come on Saturday. But at the same time when you score six goals [in] three consecutive games and then you meet a team like Montreal [they’re] going to be pretty stingy and played us tight, you realize that those goals don’t come that easily. So, again, I’m just looking at seeing our team bounce back on Saturday and move on.

On his decision to pull goalie Tuukka Rask...
It’s a lot of everything. That’s a decision that I make and I don’t feel I have to explain every time.

On if both teams’ skating came into play in tonight’s game...
I think, again, we can analyze this thing to death and you hear me say that often. When you don’t play your game you cant win, no matter what. If you guys want to give them [Montreal] credit, that’s your job. My job is to worry about my team and my team tonight was not very good in those three areas that I talked about. We don’t have to look any further than those three elements because that I think was the reason we weren’t able to win.

On if the players lacked emotion in the game...
You should have emotion for any game you play – that’s the way I see things. So, tonight maybe with the lack of those three things it was hard to get excited. Guys just didn’t find their game and even in the third period we were hoping to be able to get a twenty-minute [period] where we could be a little bit better but tonight was one of those nights that there was absolutely nothing happening on our side.

On how long it took to realize that the team was playing flat...
Well, it doesn’t matter how long it takes to figure it out. I think the first period wasn’t great, but we’ve had tough first periods where we’ve bounced back and gotten better in the second and the third. As a coach you don’t throw the towel in, you just keep trying to push these guys and find ways to see if you cant get your team going. I don’t know when you make that decision, like, ‘we’re not going’. Probably in the last minute of the third.

On if his decision to pull Rask had to do with his performance...
I just explained that. I answered that question a while ago...I don’t think I have to explain myself, why I pulled the goalie. Because this isn’t going to be one of those things where we’re going to make a big story out of a pulled goalie. Our team was poor tonight. So, maybe sometimes you pull the goalie for different reasons. I don’t think I have to explain everything to you guys for the reasons because there’s a lot of decisions that I make that are for inside that dressing room, not necessarily for everyone to share.



On why Rask was pulled despite his solid play this season...
He’s been pulled many times this year. There were three goals scored tonight.

On if he was hoping to spark his team when he pulled Rask...
You’re hoping for a spark any time, guys. As frustrating as it has been for the team, it’s frustrating for a coach, too. I’ve made my analysis on our team about tonight; I explained it to you guys. I don’t know that I need to answer more than that because that’s really where the issue was. So, if you guys want to look elsewhere, you’re looking in the wrong place. We didn’t skate, we didn’t execute, and we didn’t make good decisions. So, that’s where it ends.

On if there is a greater emphasis on flaws in a game versus Montreal...
That’s what I’m trying to do here. Somehow I’m trying to get out of this so you guys understand we weren’t very good tonight. See you guys next game

BOSTON BRUINS DEFENSEMAN DOUGIE HAMILTON
On playing like there was no rilvarly…
I think basically you said it, there’s no rivalry obviously. I think we didn’t really show up. I think they had a pretty good start and just kind of put us away, I guess.

On the Bruins’ defensive mistakes…
I think we knew that they like to chip it out and go. I think when you know that and expect that and the coaches tell you that I think that you have to do it. Obviously it gets a little bit frustrating for the coaches when they are telling us stuff and we are not doing it. I guess we have to learn from it and I guess we got bored of winning and we will learn from this.

On hearing the boos from the crowd tonight…
I don’t hear anything.

On the first period…
I think it was just their quickness that put us on our heels, I guess. There’s not many times that we  get hemmed in our own end right in the first period and right at the start of the game. I think they moved the puck and they were quick. We were right on our heels right away, something that I don’t think I have seen from our team.

On the hunger of winning today’s game…
I don’t know. I think maybe when you come to the rink everyday and you’re expecting to win the way we have with a couple of wins in a row, it shouldn’t happen but maybe that’s the case. I guess, like I said it is something that we have to learn from. And obviously we will bounce back.

On tonight’s loss…
I think that everyone is pretty upset. I know our team comes back pretty strong. I think we will show up on Saturday.

On the coaches pulling Tuukka in tonight’s game…
I don’t think it’s Tuukka’s [Rask] fault at all. I think he probably kept us in at the start. A couple huge saves so something to try and get some momentum. I don’t know if it really worked. I don’t really know if it really woke us up at all but I thought our goalies were good. Just not a lot of help.

On the quickness of the Canadiens…
I don’t know what it is but just as a defenseman, it’s pretty clear that just some things that you notice that they are quick and move the puck. They are always moving in the offensive zone and their D [defense] are keeping the pucks in and blocking shots in front, too. I think they blocked a lot of shots in front of the net and they are just sitting there so I think that didn’t really help us either.

On the quick Bruins boast after the goal…
I don’t remember.

What did the Bruins coach say after a game like this…
Obviously the message was clear. It’s just a wake up call for everyone. Just our attitude needs to be better in games like that, especially trailing early. Just no body was willing to step up, I guess. Tried to get everyone going.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD DAVID KREJCI
On if it was surprising to play flat against Montreal….
Yeah, I thought there was no emotion from our team. And they got quick two goals, and we just didn’t respond until the end of the game.

On if he was surprised that emotion didn’t become a part of the game against Montreal….
A little bit, I guess we thought we were ready, but obviously we weren’t. It is what it is. We lost. We didn’t like the way that we lost, but we’ve got to move on, forget about this game, and try to get ready for Saturday.

On it being uncharacteristic to allow breakaways and letting them play with speed…
It looked like our minds weren’t into it, but like I said it is what it is. So we can’t really do much about it right now. Obviously it’s frustrating. We were on a pretty good roll the last few games, and today it wasn’t a very good game. So let’s try to put this one behind us and get ready for Saturday.

On if they relaxed with this game after winning so many in a row…
I don’t think so. We wanted to keep that thing going and we didn’t. When you’re playing well you feel comfortable and you like to make some plays, but for some reason we didn’t. And they scored two goals pretty quickly, and against a team like this...they’re a pretty good team, and against a team like that it’s kind of hard to come back from behind. I thought we had some good chances, but it wasn’t enough today.

On what message he takes when a goalie get pulled mid-period…
We just needed to stick with it and it doesn’t matter who’s in the net for us. We know that Tuukk [Tuukka Rask] has been great for us and Chad’s [Chad Johnson] been great as well this year, so we knew that we still had a chance but we needed to put some pucks in the net and we didn’t do that tonight. We can’t win if we score just one goal.

On Montreal’s speed being the problem….
The big thing is they scored two goals in the first period. And then we tried to come back, we tried some things. We got away from our game, which we shouldn’t’. But for some reason we did and we weren’t able to put some pucks in the net.

BOSTON BRUINS DEFENSEMAN ZDENO CHARA
On the energy of the Bruins in tonight’s game…
For sure we didn’t have the energy and intensity that we had previous games and for whatever reasons, we didn’t skate well. So for sure we have to be better. We have to regroup and get ready for the next team. It wasn’t for sure good enough tonight.

On what the Bruins learned after tonight’s loss…
I think that for sure, for the future, we are not always going to play with the lead. It’s not always going to be easy that we are going to score four, five or six goals. We just got to be ready to fight back from being behind.

On the coaches pulling Tuukka Rask in tonight’s game…
I think that was more of them giving us a wake up call. You know, tried to change up a couple things but for sure we didn’t’ respond well enough.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD PATRICE BERGERON
On if their main problem tonight was execution….
Yeah, I mean basically everything. Execution and our heads weren’t into it. They deserved to win. We didn’t play anywhere near where we need to play to have success in this league.

On if this was the poorest the Bruins have played all season…
Yeah. I would say from what I remember, the worst game of the year. And you can’t have success if you’re playing like that.

On if tonight’s loss is enough to lose the momentum that the team has built lately…
I think it’s about obviously shaking that one off, learning from what we haven’t done, and just going out there tomorrow and work on things and be back at it on Saturday. It’s adversity and we’ve been through it before, and it’s about looking forward.

On Montreal’s speed, and the Bruins being loose with the puck….
We weren’t really moving our feet tonight, so I don’t know if I can really talk about that. But yeah, we just didn’t execute.

On if any point he realized they just didn’t have ‘it’ tonight…
No, you’ve got to try to find a way to get back in the game, and we didn’t do that. It is one of those nights, but you’ve got to battle and find ways.

On the lack of battle being concerning throughout the game….
Yeah, it wasn’t there. They were first on the pucks and that’s how they got their chances and their plays. So we’ve definitely got to learn from it.

On if the fact that they didn’t get back into the game was more disappointing than losing…
It was. Like I said, it’s a disappointing game all around, but that being said we’ve got to get back to what we’ve been doing so well lately, and be back at it tomorrow, and look at the videos…and that’s it.

On if this loss will be more of a challenge to put behind the Bruins since it was against Montreal...
It’s a game, right? So obviously it’s not the type of game that we usually play and we want to play against them, and it was a big game even for the standings. They’re a team that’s in our division, but that being said we didn’t execute and we didn’t get the result

On why there was a lack of pushback from the Bruins…
I don’t know. Like I said, it’s one of those nights that we’ve got to definitely put behind us and be a lot better.

On struggling against Montreal…
I don’t know what it is. They’re a good team, but so are we. And we’ve got to be a lot better.

BOSTON BRUINS FORWARD MILAN LUCIC
On describing the game…
There’s not much to really say. It was pretty clear how things went by watching the game. We were sharp in our decision-making and they were first on pucks, they won more battles than we did from the drop of the puck to the end. It’s unfortunate that we come out with that kind of effort against this team once again. It’s one of those ones you have to suck it up and call a spade a spade. It wasn’t good enough from, I guess, an emotional standpoint and from a determination stand point and you just have to get better from games like this.

On if this was the worst the team has done playing from behind…
Yeah, almost because it seems like that fight wasn’t really there to get ourselves back in the game and that’s why it ended up 4-1.

On if Tuukka Rask being pulled did anything to their game…
It didn’t tonight. Usually we get somewhat of a response, something happens. In no way was any of those Tuukka’s [Rask] fault on those goals. But like I said it just wasn’t there from all of us.

On if this has to do with the recent issues against Montreal…
I don’t know why, usually we have found a way to I guess rise to the occasion against these guys but for some reason the last four times we’ve played them it’s just – maybe we get too caught up in the rivalry, our emotions kind of get the better of us to where we’re almost stuck in the headlights like we were tonight. But we need to find a way to turn this around against these guys and hopefully we can do that sooner than later.

On if this has been the first time it’s been somewhat of a blowout.
I mean, it was 4-1 so I don’t know if it was that much of a blowout on the scoreboard, but I think as far as everything else goes, I think you can definitely say it was the first time it was like that – what you're trying to say.

On if complacency from the long winning stretch crept in…
Maybe, we talked about keeping it going but for some reason we didn’t have it as soon as the puck dropped.

On if they were waiting for someone on the team to step up and make something happen…
Yeah, I think that was the biggest issue for us tonight, waiting for someone to have some kind of response. I think we have to all take that as individuals to realize the situation and step up our game. There are guys in this room who have done that in that past and we have that ability. But there was no sign of that today.

BOSTON BRUINS GOALTENDER TUUKKA RASK
On getting pulled from the game being an evaluation of his play or a momentum change…
I don’t know, I don’t know. I felt okay.

On if he thought he would get pulled from the game…
I play as long as they tell me to play. So I try to battle out there as hard as I can, I stay out there as long as I possibly can, and today it lasted a little over one period. It’s too bad.

On if there was traffic on the goals...
The first one, yeah. The second one was kind of a breakaway, and the third one just a tip, it squeezed through … not awful goals, but you always, you’d like to stop everything, right? But today I didn’t.

On the Bruins as a team today…
I mean, I don’t think the first period. We weren’t skating and they just took it to us for the most part. We got some shots but I think they got the better of that first period. And then second it was kind of even; we had more and more shots for sure. And then that one power play, and then they score, and it kind of takes the energy out of your team. And after that it was just flat.

On if this was the Bruins’ least desperate game against Montreal..
Yeah, it was really flat. Not too much emotion, we weren’t’ skating. Not really Bruins hockey today, and it’s disappointing when you’re down by a couple goals. And then three goals, and nothing happens. But we just have to regroup and realize what happened, and be better next time.

On his numbers against Montreal not being up to his standards….
I don’t know, I mean I haven’t played too many bad games against them, just can’t get the wins. I mean it sucks, but what can you do. Just hopefully by the end of my career, they [the stats] are better.

BOSTON BRUINS GOALTENDER CHAD JOHNSON
On the outcome of the game…
We just didn’t have it emotionally. We lost a lot of battles – we just didn’t have it. You could see it out there. We just have to regroup and get back to winning.

On describing the game after playing so well and then falling flat against the Canadiens
It’s disappointing. It’s a big game and a big rivalry and you want to come out and compete hard and we just didn’t have it tonight. There wasn’t that emotion that you need in these types of games, that energy you need, that focus just wasn’t what we needed tonight.

On if he had any warning that he was going in for Tuukka Rask…
No just the goal. You're always ready, when the team scores you never know what might happen but I didn’t have any idea. Claude [Julien] looked down and said I was going in.

MONTREAL CANADIENS HEAD COACH MICHEL THERRIEN POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE
On his feelings about their play, watching the players from start to finish…
We were ready to play tonight’s game. We know the challenge for us, the Bruins are a really good hockey team and they play really well at home. So we wanted to start to set the tone right from the start and show some aggressiveness in our play and we were capable of to do that tonight.

On goaltender being undefeated in TD Garden and if that factored into decision to start him tonight…
Well he played well, he deserve a lot of credit. He’s working hard to practice to make sure he maintain a good attitude and I know the guy wanted to play a solid game for him. He’s been a good teammate all season long and that then there’s some times when a goalie feels confortable in different building and certainly Peter [Budaj] played well for us.

On nine players getting points tonight…
It’s a good team effort. We’ve been talking a lot lately about the team concept because guys got to follow up the team concept that we want to play. For sure when you start the game you want to press, you want to try to set the tone and when you’ve got the first line getting you that first goal it’s a big boost of confidence.

On the nice move by Daniel Briere on his goal…
Yeah he was effective tonight, he was really effective tonight and I really like his effort.

On whether the win feels better because they’ve beaten two teams with winning streaks in back to back games after struggling…
It’s good for the confidence there’s no doubt about that. Even when things were going not our way we really tried to stay really positive and we knew what we need to work on and a lot of credit to the players they pay attention to detail and I think that we tried to make sure we’re going to get better at. This is two solid games I believe that we played and coming here that building and be able to win this is a tough team to play against when you’re in Boston so it’s a good team effort.

On having the forth line out there on the final power play…
Yeah you know what they deserve a couple candies when you’re capable and I told George Parros, I said I give you a chance and he said he didn’t know the breakout.

MONTREAL CANADIENS GOALTENDER PETER BUDAJ
On whether he knew he was going to get the start before the game…
Obviously Carey [Price] played a great game against Carolina [Hurricanes] and I wasn’t you know, I got to know before the game in Carolina I kind of knew.

On how big of a win this game was for Montreal after going through a tough stretch…
You know it’s really when you go through tough stretches you know people can have a tendency to panic and stuff. But we weren’t playing great two weeks ago and tonight we really played well against a very, very good team and especially in Boston at home is really tough so it was a great team effort from us.

On his record playing at The Garden…
I don’t know people keep asking me, but there’s nothing special that I do or anything like it. You know obviously these are the games that you want to play. You know the original six and always great rivalries between us and they always play hard and we play hard. So especially this building is always rocking so it’s always exciting to play these type of games.

MONTREAL CANADIENS FORWARD DANIEL BRIERE
On his satisfaction with tonight’s win…
This was close to a complete game for us. There may be a stretch in the second half of the first period where they took over in our zone a little bit, but Peter [Budaj] was big. The rest of the way, I thought we controlled most of the game. That was definitely one of our better games this season.

On making the most of his ice time by contributing two points…
Try to. That’s all I can control. I don’t decide who goes on the ice or not, so it’s not always easy. It’s a tough situation, but you try to be ready whenever chances come.

On his goal in the second period…
I wasn’t even sure it went in the net at first to be honest, but it was a big relief when I saw that it was a goal.

On most of his goals coming from around the net…
There’s no doubt in my mind—and I look over my career—most of my goals are scored in that area around the crease. And that’s what I keep telling myself. When the puck is not going in, you try to get closer to the net, try to be around the crease and hopefully find a loose puck.

MONTREAL CANADIENS FORWARD BRIAN GIONTA
On scoring in the second period after recording one shot in 10 minutes…
It’s always good. You can give yourself a little more cushion, but they’re always going to give a kickback or a pushback. That’s kind of what we experienced in the first half of that second period. After their first, they wanted to come out and get some energy.

On that 10-minute stretch being more of the Bruins pushing back than the Canadiens sitting back…
Yeah, it was definitely a pushback. You got to find a way to limit that, but at the same time you got to give them credit for having that pushback.

On getting up for games against Boston…
It doesn’t take much. It’s obviously a rivalry game, an inter-division game. Points mean a lot. It shouldn’t take that much to get up for. It pretty much speaks for itself, the energy these games produce.

On getting more up for this game given the Bruins recent hot streak…
It’s more how we’ve been playing lately. We’ve been trying to get ourselves back on track. We had a tough skid there losing four in a row. We had a pretty good effort against Carolina where we won, and we wanted to keep our game in order. Tonight, it was more about ourselves.

BOSTON BRUINS HEAD COACH CLAUDE JULIEN PREGAME PRESS CONFERENCE AT 11:30 AM
On how he is trying to improve a team who has been so successful on offense…
It’s pretty simple; even though we’ve scored six goals it doesn’t mean you're playing a perfect game. There are some areas we still look at after games. We bring players in and show them different things that happened. Any time the other team gets scoring chances there’s something that you're not doing well. So you're always trying to improve yourself. We’ve been pretty good at not getting satisfied when those kind of things happen. Right now it’s not so much about worrying about that more than continuing to bring the type of effort that we brought the last little while.

On what the first signs are of when the compete level starts to dwindle…
When you get out worked, right? When you start losing battles, when guys start trying to get overly cute with their plays, you're seeing your team slip away from that. It happens in short spurts of the game and you just kind of real them in on the bench area or in between periods. And guys have been pretty good at doing that like you saw in the third period of last game. I thought we went back in the third and played a lot more like we were supposed to than the second period.

On Dennis Seidenberg being out a month and where the blue line is now
It’s a lot better. I think when you look at the adjustments all the players had to make and everybody, more specifically Bart [Matt Bartkowski], has posted himself in that position. You're going to lose an unbelievable penalty killer in [Dennis] Seidenberg; a guy who is big, strong and makes it really hard on other teams to get to our net. You don’t replace him with another player so we’re not asking Bart to do that. But when you look at the way our team has played and defensively we’ve been fairly sound. I think those guys on the back end have done a pretty good job. That also includes [Kevan] Miller who’s had to kind of take over with [Adam] McQuaid’s injury. I think with our depth we’ve handled it fairly well and we are going to continue to work with that group.

On what the biggest challenge for someone like Matt Bartkowski having to change his role…
It would be more the competition because I think the more you play the more you're in to it. So if anything it’s a good reason for him to be a better player because he’s getting more ice time, he’s more involved and I think any player will tell you that. But at the same time I think we’re seeing the big difference probably with who he is going up against. With Seids [Dennis Seidenberg] we could put him against any line and now Bart has to be able to do that for us. When Zee [Zdeno Chara] isn’t there on the left side it becomes Bartkowski. So he’s, again, where he may not have that physical strength that Seidenberg has, he has that mobility and that skating ability – to skate away from players – probably better. So he uses his sense and his strength to his advantage and so far that has worked out well for us.

On what he knew about Reilly Smith when the team traded with Dallas and what has he learned since…
Every team that comes here has that same question. Again, this is a guy we knew had really good potential. Our group really liked him but when he came to camp, to be honest with you, it was about him earning a spot. So it wasn’t a given but he’s quickly showed to us that he was capable of playing here. I just really noticed his hockey instincts, his smarts, decision making under pressure and his playmaking ability has just gotten better and I think part of that is confidence. So he’s definitely given us way more than we anticipated in the beginning but when you see him play and the way he has played you're not surprised that he’s having that success.

On what he has seen different about Greg Campbell…
Probably a lot of it is his skating. You know, when you come off an injury like that it doesn’t matter how hard you work to get yourself back in shape and let it heal, it takes a while to catch up to speed. In his case I think that was the biggest thing. He felt that he was late getting to certain areas and didn’t feel like he was skating as well as he had in the past. So I think that’s one of the areas that has really helped his game out a lot; everything is happening a little quicker for him now.

On if the team is starting to get back to the way he likes it after all the call ups…
Well I don’t think we really had as big of an issue with the four-line attack as maybe some people may have anticipated we would have. I think for the most part Soupy’s [Greg Campbell] line was together except for Thorny’s [Shawn Thornton] suspension. But the guys who went in there did a pretty good job. With [Chris] Kelly out, Spoons [Ryan Spooner] came in and did an unbelievable job. We were all excited about his speed and playmaking ability with Loui [Eriksson] coming back in he got more experience. But the guys who came in there did a pretty good job. Not to the point where – we have the experience now that maybe bring us to that next level, but certainly there was no complaints about what we had before. Considering the circumstances it could have been a lot worse.

On what he has like about Dan Paille playing with Carl Soderberg and Loui Eriksson
Well, Dan’s [Paille] a first rounder, a former first rounder, and people seem to forget that. And different players – you look at Guy Carbonneau, he led the scoring in Junior but then became one of the best defensive two-way centermans in the league. I think Dan’s create himself kind of a situation like that where he has been utilized for defensive purposes, killing penalties, energy because he’s a good skater but you see his playmaking ability too. Whenever he has been taken off Soupy’s [Greg Campbell] line, you’ve seen a difference but he has also added to that line where he’s been with Carl [Soderberg] and Loui [Eriksson] there for the first two. Even last game, that was an opportunity to move Kells [Chris Kelly] back there. He certainly brings the ability – he brings speed. To me, on that line he’s one of those guys that was getting to the pucks first and making some room and giving those guys an opportunity to play more with the puck; he was on top of it all the time. He is an underrated player in my mind to a lot of people but certainly not to us because he has been extremely valuable.

On what he has seen from Dougie Hamilton since he’s been back in the lineup…
Well I thought his best game was probably the first game. The last two games he’s been okay, and that’s being honest and okay doesn’t mean bad either. I just know he’s a great player, he’s a young player. And it’s always about us pushing him to be the best player he can be. To me, he really impressed me in that first game he came back and the last two games there’s certain elements in his game we feel he can be better at. But he still brings that great playmaking ability, he moves the puck up the ice well, he’s been good for us on the power play. For him, the issues right now are any issues that a young defenseman has in this league and we’re going to keep working with him on those.

On if Matt Bartkowski playing with Zdeno Chara has helped him…
Well it’s the same thing about [Matt] Bartkowski. He’s done a great job where he is but there’s still some elements of his game that we keep sitting down with him and showing him and trying to improve him as a player because he needs to get better. He’s a first time fully time payer, he’s a young player and there’s a lot there for him to improve on. That’s what we do as an organization. Our coaches do a good job of bringing those guys in and helping them out along the way. Everything’s done in a positive atmosphere but at the same time its showing players that we’re never content with our game and with our individual play and we’re always trying to improve ourselves.

On what is the most difficult about making the jump from AHL to NHL as a defenseman
Well I would probably put goaltender in that position first because if he makes a mistake you know where the puck is. A defenseman is one of those guys where he has to rely on the goaltender to bail him out sometimes. To me, a defenseman is a guy who has to defend well but also, to me a defenseman is what I call a quarterback. If he moves the puck well our offense is going, if he doesn’t then it is hard for our offense to get going so there are a lot of responsibilities for those guys. For me, responsibilities are adjustments are always harder the deeper you go so the forwards have it easier than the D’s and the D’s have it easier than the goaltender and that’s just the way I see it. So that’s why sometimes you see goaltenders stay in the minors a little longer so they can mature in that area because it takes a really good mental toughness to be a good goaltender in this league.

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