Found May 03, 2012 on NESN.com:
BOSTON -- When Bruins president Cam Neely, owner Jeremy Jacobs and principal Charlie Jacobs met with the media Thursday afternoon at the Garden to discuss their club's recently completed season, they were easily outnumbered by the reporters and cameramen on hand. That wasn't a problem. It's only when the Bruins have a numerical superiority that they have a problem. Boston's issues on the power play during its first-round loss to Washington were a frequent source of questions during the session, and the Bruins brass didn't try to sugarcoat those struggles or the impact they had on the series. "We got...
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