• Bruins reps admit to Sochi security concern

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Jan 23, 2014
    The Winter Olympics are only a few weeks away, and Bruins players who will be competing for their countries have echoed the growing concern about security threats in Sochi. The threats were largely dismissed as a hoax, but the concern over security in Sochi is serious. "We talk about it quite a bit. "Well, I don't think you can stand here and say there's not concerns at all [about Sochi security]," Julien said prior to Monday's 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings at TD Garden. Two suicide bombers killed 34 people in the southern Russian city of Volgograd in December, and officials say they are hunting three more potential attackers including one believed to be in Sochi. "You hear all these stories about different things, and it's definitely a concern," Suter said. Sedin, who is set to compete for Sweden along with his twin brother Henrik, said he was "absolutely" concerned about the news coming out of Russia, including email threats on Wednesday against a handful of European countries set to participate at the Olympics.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • NHLers set to compete at Winter Olympics voice concern over security in Sochi

      VANCOUVER - Roberto Luongo won't have any family joining him next month when he suits up for Canada at the Winter Olympics. The same goes for Sweden's Daniel Sedin. The Vancouver Canucks teammates are both concerned over security at the Ga...
      Source: NHL.com
    • Wild stars tell families to stay home from Sochi

      One of the charms of the Olympics is seeing and hearing the family members of the athletes cheering from the seats and waving the national flags after traveling around the world to get there.
      Source: ESPN.com

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