Found March 28, 2012 on NESN.com:
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On Dec. 28, Dennis Seidenberg beat Jason LaBarbera on a fluky goal in overtime out in Phoenix. The overtime winner helped the Bruins overcome a somewhat pedestrian effort to escape the desert with a 2-1 win, running their winning streak to seven games. That was the last time the Bruins had a winning streak of more than two games. Until Tuesday night, that is. The Bruins beat the Lightning 5-2 on Tuesday at TD Garden, and they're now winners of three in a row for the first time since way back in 2011. That was exactly three months ago Wednesday,...
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