Found February 08, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
Rather than me tell you what was said in the room today, I'll let the substitute coach and the players tell you for themselves. James Patrick on his first official NHL games as a head coach, albeit an injury replacement. Matt Ellis Jordan Leopold Jason Pominville As always, thanks to my friends at sabres.com **** Bruins Chris Kelly and Dan Paille...
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