BOSTON (CBS) – Sports Authority plans to close several stores in New England as a part of its filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

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Sports Authority stores in Framingham, Danvers, and Holyoke will close, according to a document filed by the company as a part of its bankruptcy filing.

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The company also plans to close its Nashua, N.H. store and a location in Auburn, Maine.

On Wednesday, the Colorado-based company said it expects the store closing process to take up to three months.

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Sports Authority added that it plans to upgrade its remaining stores in addition to improving its website.