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Bruins redecorate the visitors' locker room in St. Louis for a little motivation

Bruins redecorate the visitors' locker room in St. Louis for a little motivation

It seems the Bruins have already done a little redecorating in the visitors' locker room at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis.

Framed photos of Zdeno Chara hoisting the Stanley Cup in 2011 and Bobby Orr swigging champagne from it in '72, as well as another of David Krejci smooching Lord Stanley's trophy eight years ago,  now adorn the walls of the room.

The images were captured by the NBC Sports Boston Camera Guys who tweeted the video that features Charlie Coyle and David Pastrnak talking about the motivation the photos provide. 

The Bruins look to take a 2-1 series lead tonight in Game 3, the first Stanley Cup Final game played in St. Louis since Orr's crew swept the Blues back in '70.

“Just little reminders of what it could be like, what’s here for us, what’s at stake, and the great opportunity in front of us,” Coyle said. “Always catch yourself looking around and just, kind of, taking it in. It’s a really good touch.”

Said Pastrnak: "It's what you've worked for your whole life."

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James White offers thoughts about latest 'Game of Thrones' episode

James White offers thoughts about latest 'Game of Thrones' episode

SPOILER ALERT: There are spoilers ahead for "Game of Thrones" fans that have yet to see the most recent episode of the show.

James White has been offering his thoughts on quite a few things lately. He recently praised New England Patriots draft pick, Damien Harris, and ensured fantasy owners that he is still the top pick in the Patriots' backfield.

And now, White is offering his thoughts on the latest episode of the pop culture hit, "Game of Thrones."

In an interview with The Camera Guys of NBC Sports Boston, White discussed the latest episode of the show and echoed some sentiments that have been expressed by many. The episode itself was a bit hard to see.

It was kinda blurry. I couldn't really see what was going on the whole time. But it was interesting. I mean, my favorite character is Arya Stark, so it was pretty cool to see her take out the Night King.

Though White was pleased that Arya was able to defeat the Night King, he expected a bit more from the king of the white walkers.

I didn't see it coming. I thought he would have put up a better fight. They make him seem so scary, but he never really does anything.

White also offered his predictions for what might happen going forward.

I think (Arya) is going to kill Cersei next episode and I feel like Jon Snow and Khaleesi might go at it a bit.

This certainly seems like a possibility, as Cersei is on Arya's dreaded "list" of characters that she wants to kill. We'll know on Sunday night if White is correct.

Check out White's full interview with The Camera Guys below.

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Lawyer Milloy with a great Tom Brady story for The Camera Guys

Lawyer Milloy with a great Tom Brady story for The Camera Guys

The NBC Sports Boston Camera Guys caught up with former Patriots All-Pro safety Lawyer Milloy, who relayed a great story about Tom Brady's rookie season in 2000.

It seems one night at a team dinner where Brady's sister had come along, veteran tight end Rod Rutledge made a remark about her that the then-rookie quarterback took exception to. That's when...well, we'll let Milloy tell the story to The Camera Guys:

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