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NHL Playoffs 2012: 8 More Teams Kick Off Postseason Thursday

The 2012 NHL Playoffs are finally in full swing — as long as "in full swing" is a valid description of the state of affairs on the second day of the postseason. And Game 1 of the Boston Bruins' Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series against the Washington Capitals highlights the Day Two slate. The 2011 Stanley Cup champions begin their title defense at home in Beantown as the No.
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