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Pandolfo playing for hometown team

Updated: February 21, 2013, 1:32 AM ET
By Scott Barboza | ESPNBoston.com

WILMINGTON, Mass. -- As the 2012-13 NHL season was in doubt during the lockout, 15-season NHL veteran Jay Pandolfo was left to wonder if he had played his final professional hockey game.

The Burlington, Mass., native did his best to keep ready if the lockout ended, with the hope of catching on with a team for the shortened season. He, along with former Boston University teammate and former pro Mike Grier, and a smattering of current Bruins players, put together early-morning skates in Boston.

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