Found January 13, 2012 on Washington Times:
Guy Boucher is no stranger to derisive comments about his own team, like when the Tampa Bay Lightning coach called his team David to the Washington Capitals' Goliath before last year's playoffs. That might have been gamesmanship, but his comments Friday morning were more realistic. "We're already behind the eight ...
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