Found October 28, 2011 on NESN.com:
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BOSTON -- The Bruins are still talking a good game. They just haven't been able to play one, or at least not a full one. The consistent 60-minute efforts that fueled their memorable run to the Cup this spring seem long forgotten. The Bruins are back to their frustrating habits of simply disappearing for long stretches, showing just brief flashes of their championship form. That has left them sitting in last place in the Eastern Conference with a 3-6-0 record. According to TSN stat guru Kevin Gibson, that's the first time a defending champion has been in last place at...
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