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Highs and lows of coaching the Bruins

Boston coach Mike Keenan has seen his team go from promising to sorry ... in the course of a week. ESPN.com's Brian A. Shactman was in Boston when Mike Keenan, of all people, didn't have an explanation for the Bruins' problems.

Updated: January 25, 2001, 7:52 AM ET
By Brian A. Shactman | ESPN.com

What is life like for Bruins coach Mike Keenan these days?

It's a lot like having the racing stub in hand as your horse, the one with a 10-length lead down the homestretch, pulls up just before the finish line to eat some daisies by the infield grass.

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