Found April 22, 2012 on NESN.com:
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
The Bruins have their backs up against the wall, but it's a situation they've been in before. For that reason, B's fans should be optimistic and fired up for Sunday's Game 6 showdown in Washington, not pessimistic and worried. The Capitals have proven to be a worthy adversary, but you can bet every player in the Boston locker room believes they can and will win in order to keep their season alive. Whether you need to watch Braveheart again, go for a walk or maybe even hop in the car for a quick drive, do whatever it is you do...
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