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Bruins sport Christmas sweaters, suits while entering game vs. Predators

Bjork dresses as elf, Pastrnak dons special tux, Marchand has 'A Christmas Story' pants

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / Staff Writer

It's the most wonderful time to dress as the Boston Bruins did Saturday.

In what's become one awesome tradition, the Bruins got decked out in their holiday best for their game against the Nashville Predators.

Anders Bjork dressed as an elf, complete with a Christmas-tree tie and pointed shoes. David Pastrnak sported a red-and-green plaid tuxedo, and David Krejci donned his ugly sweater and matching pants.

Charlie Coyle looked like a wrapped present, with red-and-white, snowflake suit. Torey Krug's green sweater had a lion with Christmas lights around it. Brandon Carlo's suit had Santa, reindeer and dinosaurs.

Yes dinosaurs.

But Brad Marchand won the day. The forward had a three-piece suit with themes from "A Christmas Story," including glasses, the word "Fragile," Ralphie in his pink-bunny suit and Flick with his tongue stuck to the flagpole.

Boston has one more home game, Monday against the Washington Capitals, before the holiday break begins Tuesday, so there's still time to rock these amazing looks before they have to be put away until next year.

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