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Bruins' RW Murray returns after missing 19 games with hip injury

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Bruins forward Glen Murray returned for Boston's game at Buffalo on Friday after missing 19 games with a hip injury.

A seven-time 20-goal-scorer, Murray has been out since being hurt during a 5-4, shootout loss against Pittsburgh on Dec. 20. Murray was playing on the Bruins' top line and had 10 goals, including four on the power play, and nine assists for 19 points in 34 games before he was hurt.

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