Found November 17, 2011 on NESN.com:
Five games, five wins. The Bruins have gotten themselves back into Eastern Conference contention with a perfect homestand, but the final leg of that five-game stretch didn't come easy. The B's got by the lowly Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday night, but the common feeling was that Boston was "lucky" to come away with a strongly contested shootout win at TD Garden. See all of the highlights, reaction and analysis in the video above from NESN Daily.
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