The NHL has had a lot of bad luck in recent years.
The New York Rangers were the first team to go from having one of the best records in the NHL to one of its worst.
That was a while ago.
The St. Louis Blues are one of two teams in the league to go undefeated in their first two seasons.
And there’s the Detroit Red Wings, who went from being the best team in the Western Conference to a bad team that lost three of its first four games in the playoffs.
But this season has been the best of any NHL team in recent memory.
The Boston Bruins were the best-performing team in hockey when they were in the postseason, but now they’re sitting at 13-8-4 and a point ahead of the Rangers and Kings for the best record in the League.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are also the only team in baseball that’s in the playoff picture.
The San Jose Sharks are tied for the worst record in hockey.
And they’re tied for ninth in baseball in total wins.
In short, it’s a team that’s been through the wringer and bounced back with some of the greatest performances in sports history.
All the good teams have been good this season.
The Sharks, as a result, have been a much better team than they were a few years ago, and the Kings, who are tied with the Rangers for the third-worst record in baseball, are the only one of those teams in which the team has a winning record.
So what’s happened?
The Sharks are not going to be a playoff team.
They are the worst team in all of sports and the only ones in the majors that have lost at least two games in a season.
They’re also going to play in a league where they are not expected to win.
Their fans are going to get frustrated if they are expected to lose games.
They will not be the Sharks to go out and play good hockey.
The team has not won more than one game in the past seven days.
The Kings are a good team.
The fans are excited to see them play.
But the Sharks are the ones that are going into this season and their fans are not.
It’s just a team with a bad record that is in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The Canucks are one team that has been a perennial contender for the past decade, but they’ve had some rough patches recently.
The 2013-14 season was the first in which they were outscored 10-3 in a five-game stretch that saw them lose seven of their last eight games.
The playoffs were on the line.
They got outscouted, lost in the first round, and finished a disappointing 13-23-2.
The next year, the Canucks made the playoffs and played their first series in nine years.
They lost to the Montreal Canadiens in six games.
Now they’re playing the defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins, and they’ve been outscaled by a team whose record in their conference is just 11-4-2 and whose record at home is only five-9-0.
This season, the Bruins have won seven of eight and have a record of 14-3-3.
They’ve won seven straight games and have played in a series with the Sharks.
And in two of those series, the Sharks have won.
The Bruins have been outshot 10-0, out-possessed, outshot by a margin of 2-0 in the final period.
This is the Bruins that had a bad start to the season, but that’s not the story.
They were the team that was supposed to be the worst, but their record over the past few months has been something that has shocked even the best hockey minds in the business.
They beat the Sharks in a shootout on Tuesday night in Game 1, and on Wednesday night they defeated the New York Islanders in a rematch at Staples Center.
The story of this season is that the Bruins are going through a stretch where they’re not expected too badly to win games, and their record is good enough to get them to the playoffs without a playoff appearance.
It was a stretch that even the people who are making predictions about the Bruins say the team is on the right track.
The question is whether that good start is sustainable.
The good news is that they’ve played a lot better.
They won five straight games.
On Wednesday night, the Canadiens came into the arena and they were down two goals in the third period, but the Bruins got back to within two and won Game 4.
That gave the Bruins their first playoff victory in eight years and gave them their first division title since they went to the conference finals in 2012.
This was the Bruins’ first playoff appearance since 2010, and it was their first since winning the Stanley Cup in 2010.
The teams split two games before the game ended and the Bruins were outshot 5-2 in the fourth period.
They had to win the