Found December 22, 2011 on NESN.com:
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WILMINGTON, Mass. -- Gregory Campbell spent the first seven years of his professional career with the Florida Panthers, and never once even had a sniff of postseason action. But the Bruins winger isn't surprised by the Panthers' sudden rise this year. Florida looks poised to finally end a postseason drought that dates back to 2000 as the Panthers currently lead the Southeast Division with an 18-10-6 record for 42 points. "They've had a lot of high draft picks," Campbell said. "[Florida general manager] Dale Tallon has gone in down there and he's obviously had success in Chicago. He's a smart...
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