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Tom Brady wants to help California fan who lost home in wildfires

The Bruins won in a shootout over the Islanders on Thursday night, 2-1. Boston will host the Red Wings on Saturday night at 7 p.m.

The Celtics play the Cavaliers tonight at TD Garden (7 p.m.), while the Patriots host the Vikings on Sunday at 4:25 p.m.

Tom Brady wants to help a fan who lost his home in the Camp Fire: On Thursday, Tom Brady posted on Instagram about a Patriots fan named Christian who says that he lost his Paradise, California home in the Camp Fire. According to Christian, the only thing he managed to save from his home was his Tom Brady jersey.

Brady lamented the “heart wrenching stories of loss from my home state” while also noting that he would like to “send a ball to go with the jersey.”

In the comments, Brady cited another Instagram account for “helping track down an address.”

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