Boston Bruins Come Back from 2 Goal Deficit to Blow Away Penguins in the 3rd

November 10th, 2010 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
The Boston Bruins were visiting the CONSOL Energy Center to take on the Pittsburgh Penguins.

The Penguins are mixed having gone 2-3-0 in the last five games the last game a win against the Phoenix Coyotes.

The Bruins are currently on a mini-skid having gone 3-1-1 with the last two games being a regulation loss against the Washington Capitals and the shootout loss against the St Louis Blues.


First Period

The Pens wasted no time opening up the scoring.  With just 1:05 into the game, Arron Asham got his first goal as a Penguin.  With the shot on Tim Thomas, Asham was right at the doorstep and popped it left side.  Pens 1-0.

The Bruins came back with Mark Recchi getting his first goal of the season on the power play.  Tyler Seguin pick pocketed Alex Goligoski and passed to Recchi who unloaded on Penguins net minder Brent Johnson.  The puck rebounded directly back and Recchi who buried it high glove side.  All tied up at one.

Brad Marchand put the Bruins ahead with a wrister.  Marchand created the turnover himself just outside the Penguin ...

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