Found January 19, 2013 on Days of Y'Orr:
  Whelp, folks. After months and months of waiting for the NHL and the NHLPA to get their **** together and sit down and settle things, NHL hockey returns to Boston. Seriously. Hockey is back. And for those who still think the Bruins are locked out, Jeremy Jacbos splurged on a new banner to welcome fans return. Speaking of Jacobs, he's holding a press conference for who knows what reason this evening before the game. Guy has a lot of balls or is that out of touch to show his face on the Bruins home opener after he led the NHL Lockout charge this fall/early-winter. If no one asks Jacobs if the lockout was worth it and how he can justify it to fans than the reporters there will have let us all down. But enough of that asshole. We don't want him ruining our good fun. Today the Bruins take on the NY Rangers which is the equivalent of being tossed into the deep end of the pool. The Rangers were first in the East last year, seven points ahead of the B...
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