Found January 27, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
It was exactly the kind of performance Guy Boucher and the Tampa Bay Lightning have been looking for all season long. On Sunday night, the Philadelphia Flyers and Bolts took to the ice for what would quickly become an incredibly one sided affair. The Lightning battled, scored and dominated the flow of play from start to finish. Perfection is just about the only word to describe it. After all...
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