Found February 01, 2012 on Boston Herald:
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When the Ottawa Senators find themselves a goaltender on whom they can rely, they're going to be a tough team beat. Actually, they were pretty tough to beat tonight and, if not for ridiculously bad goal given up by Craig Anderson to Dennis ...
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