Found April 13, 2013 on NESN.com:
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The Bruins couldn’t come away with a win against the Hurricanes on Saturday night, and poor special teams play was part of the problem. The ‘Canes scored their game-winner on a power play toward the end of the game, and the Bruins failed to capitalize on their opportunities in front of the net. The loss to a struggling Carolina team makes it harder to make a case for the Bruins to be strong contenders to make a playoff run. Listen to Andy Brickley and Jack Edwards break it down in the video above.
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