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BOSTON (CBS) — Despite still playing the fewest games in the entire NHL, the Boston Bruins remain just one point shy of the Eastern Conference lead. They’ve competed hard, to be sure, but those victories just aren’t coming easy.

The latest example came Thursday night at the TD Garden, in the Bruins’ first home game in more than two weeks. Facing a streaking Ottawa team employing a roster of unknowns and a goalie with just 10 career NHL starts, it took ever last bit of effort from every player on the ice for the Bruins to earn their 2-1 win in overtime, extending their winning streak to five games.

For the Bruins, it was their fourth overtime game in just seven home games this season, and their fifth overtime game of the year overall. Three of those games have gone to a shootout, with Thursday’s win becoming the second Bruins…

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