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He knows he has to earn his spot

He understands what needs to be done

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Intentions, regardless of one’s dynamic in life, don’t always translate into good things. We know that. You know that. Hockey players know that. They know that if their intentions don’t translate into goals, then the intention to win doesn’t mean much.

Sean Kuraly understands this well. He knows that hockey is “a game of chances; things go your way sometimes and other times they don’t.” Kuraly knows what he has to do.

Monday’s game against the Blue Jackets saw the 6-foot-2, 212-pounder total of 12:55 of ice time, where he was a physical presence, and won 6 of the 11 faceoffs.

The Bruins are seeking a solid 4-th line center since Gregory Campbell left, and Kuraly may be the answer.

“I think the best part of my game will come over time, with being consistent and responsible.”