Boston Bruins Stun Penguins With 4 Late Goals and Come-From-Behind Win

January 10th, 2011 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
After tasting the bitter taste of defeat at the hands of the Montreal Canadiens after leading 2-0 going into the final frame, only to lose in overtime thanks to two late third-period goals, the Boston Bruins looked to bounce back. And did they ever.

The Bruins were playing in Pittsburgh to take on the Penguins and it looked like the Bruins would suffer defeat for a second straight game.

When last they met back in November, the Bruins were down by two goals going into the third period and they came back with a five goal flurry to take the Pens 7-4.  With a defensively able team such as the Penguins, you'd think history would not repeat itself.

With two second period goals for the Pens, the Bruins couldn't seem to muster any offense against a defensively sound team coupled with a solid Marc-Andre Fleury.

Much like the Bruins against the Canadiens Saturday, the wheels came off Pittsburgh's wagon.

In the last 3:23 seconds of play, the Bruins came back with a flurry of four goals to take the win away from the Penguins.


First Period

No scoring in the first period.

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