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Ted Donato is entering his 13th season in professional hockey and his second stint with the Boston Bruins organization. The Boston native began his NHL career as a member of the Bruins following the 1992 Winter Olympic Games in which he led the United States in scoring. Donato then spent the next six years in a Bruins uniform, including three seasons with 20 or more goals. Donato has also played in the New York Islanders, Ottawa, Anaheim, Dallas, Los Angeles, St. Louis and New York Rangers organizations. He split last season between the Rangers and their AHL affiliate in Hartford. He has played 733 career NHL games, scoring 144 goals and 192 assists for 336 points. Before entering the NHL, Donato played four seasons at Harvard University from 1987-1991 and captured an NCAA championship with the Crimson in 1988-89. He played his high school hockey at Catholic Memorial, winning two state championships.