Found November 11, 2011 on Days of Y'Orr:
Four wins in a row. Outscoring opponents 24-8 in that span. Complete and utter domination.The Bruin are undefeated in November after an absolutely atrocious October and are really resembling the Bruins that won the Stanley Cup. Before the game the only take was Taylor vs Tyler and who is the better player. Who gives a flying Pouliot. We get it, they were drafted back to back but comparing them at this point in their careers is stupid. We won't know who is better until they both retire and we're sure they're both tired of answering the same old stupid questions. But if you're into that sort of thing, here's a score card for you. Stanley Cups: Seguin 1, Hall 0.The first period was weird. The Oilers may be overperforming thus far this season based on what we saw last year but they're a young team with skill on a hot streak with a lot of confidence. The Bruins came out like machines, getting numerous scoring chances and finally capitalizing to build a 2-0 lea...
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