Found May 13, 2013 on NESN.com:
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BOSTON — Claude Julien stood in front of the media following Game 6, and spoke about his team was a “Jekyll and Hyde hockey club,” saying he hoped the good Bruins would show up in Game 7. For a good 50 minutes or so, hoping was not good enough, and neither were the Bruins. The B’s found themselves improbably down 4-1 to the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 7 of the first round. Another early exit and another blown series lead seemed all but certain. The Bruins’ 2013 obituary was done, and all that was needed was time of death. Bleak didn’t even begin to describe it. But then the most improbable thing happened, and all it took was one goal. Then things got weird. Nathan Horton scored at the 9:18 mark, and at the time, all that goal seemed to do was ensure that Phil Kessel‘s goal — Toronto’s third goal of the game — would be the game-winner. It was poetic, perhaps, but certainly not a sign the Bruins would come back. But … “Honestly, I knew we had what it took to come back, we just needed tha
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