Boston Bruins Tame Panthers in First Shootout Win: Tim Thomas Comes Up Big

December 27th, 2010 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
The Boston Bruins came off a win off the Hot Atlanta Thrashers and got a nice three-day break to travel and take on the Florida Panthers.

The Bruins have won the previous two meetings thus far and were looking to keep that record going.


First Period

No scoring.


Second Period

Florida opened up the scoring by David Booth with just over a minute into the second frame.  Steven Kampfer coughed up the puck to Micheal Frolik who quickly passes to Booth.  Booth snapped it stick side on Tim Thomas—1-0 Panthers.

Late in the first half of the period, the Bruins showed an ample amount of pressure and it paid off.

Chara blasts one from the slot which rebounds to Micheal Ryder.  Ryder tried to poke it in point blank but Panthers Goalie Scott Clemmensen stopped that as well.  David Krejci was buzzing to Clemmensen's right and quickly backhanded it in to tie it up at one.

Late in the period, Frolik ripped a shot from the point which looked like it was high, but Mike Santorelli alertly batted the puck to redirect and threw Thomas off to coun ...

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