Found April 13, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
Make sure to follow Travis on Twitter! -- Hockey's a funny game sometimes. Ottawa looked fantastic through the first five games of a season-high seven-game road-trip, but managed to pick up just one victory against the Philadelphia Flyers. In the first game they probably didn't deserve in New Jersey, the team made the most of their limited opportunities and received sensational goaltending fr...
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