Found March 06, 2012 on NESN.com:
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Tuukka Rask's injury could make life difficult for Tim Thomas and the Bruins down the stretch, but as NESN's Mark Mowers puts it, you can't count out Thomas because he's consistently proved doubters wrong throughout his career. What is evident, though, is that the B's will need to elevate their game against difficult opponents, such as the Rangers. The B's have lost all three of their meetings with the Eastern Conference leaders this season, but Mowers isn't too concerned because Boston has shown an ability to hang with the Rangers throughout. That was especially true during Sunday's game, when the...
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