Found March 16, 2012 on NESN.com:
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For the first time since November, the Bruins will wake up Saturday morning looking up at another team in the Northeast Division standings. The Ottawa Senators took over the division lead when Filip Kuba scored 3:07 into overtime to beat Montreal Friday night. The Senators now have 84 points with a 37-25-10 record, one more than the Bruins (40-27-3, 83 points). The Bruins fall all the way to seventh in the Eastern Conference, as Atlantic Division powers Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and New Jersey all have more points than Boston, which also slots in behind the top-seeded Rangers and Southeast Division-leading Florida....
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