Boston, MA (Sports Network) - Patrice Bergeron netted the game-winning goal
with 1:22 remaining in overtime, giving Boston a 2-1 victory over Ottawa at TD
After a right-circle faceoff win, Bergeron redirected a point drive from
Dennis Seidenberg between Ottawa goaltender Robin Lehner's pads. The puck
trickled through the crease and appeared to barely make it totally across the
goal line before eventually being pushed further into the net.
There was no audible whistle to halt action, and play was not stopped until an
official behind the cage waved his hands to indicate a review. After a brief
check, the goal stood to end the contest.
Nathan Horton notched the other goal and Tuukka Rask stopped 30 shots for the
Bruins, who have won five in a row and eight of their last 10.
Jim O'Brien tallied and Lehner made 44 saves for the Senators, who saw their
five-game win streak halted.
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