Found February 29, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
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The tone was set early. 13 seconds early. Luke Schenn turned the puck over right after the opening faceoff onto Wojtek Wolski's stick who passed to Marcel Goc for a one-timer to make it 1-0 :13 in. From there it was business as usual for Florida in Toronto, who won 5-3 in front of a surly crowd who are calling for coach Ron Wilson's head as a dismal 1-8-1 tailspin has their season slipping...
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