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Fresh Links: Oh, What A Night Edition

The Boston Bruins remain inexplicably at the top of the Northeast Division after another laughable effort. What gives?

Drew Hallowell

<p><b>The good, the bad, and the ugly. The Boston Bruins looked sloppy and unready for the playoffs against a Philadelphia Flyers team full of call ups due to injury. </b></p>


<li> The Bruins fell to the Flyers, and again, due to the vagaries of the results of other league games, inexplicably remain in first place in the Northeast Division. Wade Redden tallied his first as a Bruin, and Anton Khudobin had a tough night. It might be all the tributes? The Flyers and fans kindly dug deep in support of Boston. [<a href="">MassLive</a>]</li>

<li> The Bruins seem almost allergic to leading the Northeast Division. Oh, what a night. [<a href="">BostonHerald</a>]</li>

<li> Eventually, Claude Julien wisely focused on waving the white flag and escaping as unscathed as possible. [<a href="">BostonGlobe</a>]</li>

<li> Encapsulated for you, what went wrong, and right in the loss. [<a href="">WEEI</a>]</li>

<li> Tyler Seguin has been pretty good so far on Twitter, but finally slipped up postgame Tuesday. [<a href=""></a>]</li>

<li> Jaromir Jagr spoke to the Philadelphia press about his time with the Flyers. [<a href="">CourierPost</a>]</li>

<li> The Bruins struggled against the Flyers. Thank you, Martin Brodeur and the New Jersey Devils for bedeviling the Montreal Canadiens. [<a href="">CausewayCrowd</a>]</li>

<li> Take THAT, Matt Cooke, after your questionable hit, Adam McQuaid has again bounced back to be the Bruins' nominee for the Masterton Trophy. [<a href="">BostonHerald</a>]</li>