Found April 11, 2013 on Days of Y'Orr:
  After tonight's tilt there will be 8 games left in the regular season. ******* crazy isn't it? It felt like yesterday that the NHL regular season was kicking off. And man, now we get to look forward to some playoff hockey in about two weeks.  Or if we look at the past few games, the displeasure of looking forward to some playoff hockey.  However it's not all gloom and doom in Boston. Look at the standings:  So despite how this team has been playing, they're still one of the best (statistically) in the Eastern Conference. Do we have stuff to complain about? Absolutely. The defense is still a mess, the offense is hit or miss, the power play is hockey's version of a dumpster baby and injuries are starting to fester like we are a black and vegas gold team.  Yet here we are, sitting in second place with a potential playoff preview tonight versus the Islanders. Yeah, the mother ******* Islanders. I love it that they are in the playoffs after ...
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