Found March 16, 2012 on NESN.com:
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The Bruins put on a disappointing effort on Thursday night, failing to show up in full form for the fourth-straight game. Bruins' players seemed pretty disappointed and fed up with the losing after Thursday's 6-2 loss in Florida. Tim Thomas and Zdeno Chara were a few players to express their disappointment outwardly and explain that they have higher expectations for the team. Check out the video above to see more of Thomas, Chara and coach Claude Julien's reactions to the loss.
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