Found January 23, 2013 on Outside the Boxscore:
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Under most circumstances, having something fall in your beer isn't a good thing but one Boston Bruins found it might be a pleasant surprise. During Monday's game against the Winnipeg Jets, a shot by Bruins right winger Tyler Seguin got deflected into the crowd and found the beer cup of one lucky fan: (Courrtesy of Tireball)
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