Found February 27, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
On the road for almost two full weeks, the Boston Bruins’ five-game road trip finally met its end tonight in Uniondale with a date with the New York Islanders for the second time in this accelerated 48-game season. Downing New York on Boston ice in their first meeting, all the way back on Jan. 25 in what would end as a 4-2 victory for the B’s, the scene shifted towards Long Island with the Bru...

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