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    Boston Bruins putting 68 employees on temporary leave, cutting pay of 82 others

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    THE Boston Bruins say they are putting 68 full-time employees on temporary leave and cutting the pay of 82 others who work for the team or Delaware North, which owns the TD Garden.

    The moves — which the Bruins called “temporary business stabilization measures” — are effective April 1.

    The companies say they intend to restore jobs and compensation “once our business resumes to its normal state from this unprecedented stoppage.”

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    The Bruins were the last team in the NHL to offer help to gameday employees who lost work because of the coronavirus pandemic — and then only if postponed games aren’t made up.

    The team is owned by Jeremy Jacobs, who is the chairman of the NHL board of governors and a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame. According to Forbes Magazine, the Jacobs family is worth $3.3 billion.

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