Found March 01, 2013 on Days of Y'Orr:
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  Thank you Robin Lehner for letting it two really weird ******* goals to have the Bruins win their 5th straight game. I don't want to say that I called a close game, but I did during the pre-game show that I apparently ****** up hosting and it's my dumb face doing dumb facial things while other people talk. Oh well, it was my first time so consider my cherry popped in case I need to do it again.  But the Bruins looked tired last night, which is scary considering that their schedule is absolute **** in March. 17 games in 31 days and against of the Eastern Conference's best in Pittsburgh, Montreal, and Philadelphia (despite what their record is, they can bang). If last night was any indication of what we're in for - it could be a long March.  Looking ahead isn't what this post is about though. It's about last night. It's about Robin Lehner being strong in net but still allowing two fluky ass goals and it's about Boston gaining a point again...
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