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Mitt Romney explains how he knew the Bruins score during debate

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MANCHESTER, N.H. — How did Mitt Romney know the score to Boston Bruins game in the middle of Monday night’s debate?

“By the way, Bruins are up 4-0,” Romney said to the loud applause of the spectators inside the debate hall at St. Anselm College after answering an unrelated question.

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The Republican debate was on at the same time as Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final against Vancouver Canucks.

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