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The E-Sylum:  Volume 10, Number 6, February 11, 2007, Article 25

HOCKEY PLAYER A FORMER COUNTERFEITER

The Boston Bruins' newest player is a former counterfeiter, according
to an article published today in the Worcester, MA Telegram & Gazette:

"Maybe Brandon Bochenski printed counterfeit money, but there’s
nothing bogus about the 24-year-old forward’s goal-scoring skills.

"And you can take that to the bank, which is more than you can say for
the phony $5, $10 and $20 bills that the Bruins’ newest forward and a
high school chum — both just 18 years old at the time — were caught
passing after printing them on a personal computer back in Blaine,
Minn., where Bochenski grew up."

"'That usually comes up in any new city I go to,' said Bochenski,
who pleaded guilty and got off with community service. 'We were kids
and it was a mistake. Unfortunately, we had just turned 18, so it made
it a little more tricky, but we were just messing around. We were
young kids. You live and you learn.'"

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  Wayne Homren, Editor

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