The Vancouver Canucks defeated the Bruins 4-3 on Saturday afternoon, thanks to Cody Hodgson's bomb from the top-right circle as he burst into the Bruins' zone 1:09 into the third period put the Canucks up 4-2.
David Krejci cut Vancouver's lead down to 4-3 just 42 seconds later as he slid home a rebound out front, but it wouldn't be enough.
The Canucks scored all four of their goals on the power play, in a game that had the same intensity of last year's Stanley Cup Final.
Cory Schneider made 36 saves and picked up his ninth win of the season, while Tim Thomas made 32 saves and picked up his seventh loss of the season.
Vancouver entered the third period with a 3-2 lead, after scoring two unanswered goals to end the second.
Boston broke a 1-1 stalemate 7:12 into the second, thanks to Rich Peverley's snipe from the left circle, when he picked up a loose puck on a Vancouver turnover, and let one rip top-left. The goal gave the B's a 2-1 lead, but the Canucks tied it back up at 2-2 with 4:39 left in the period.
While on the power play, Alex Burrows stood out front and tipped a Cody Hodgson shot from the left circle, that beat Thomas five-hole.
Vancouver added another with 12.3 seconds left in the second period, moments after Brad Marchand received a game misconduct for a low hit. Henrik Sedin stood in the slot and re-directed an Alex Edler shot from the right point that beat Thomas and gave the Canucks a 3-2 lead entering the third period.
It marked Vancouver's second lead of the game, as they initially had taken a 1-0 lead nearly six minutes into the game, as Ryan Kesler scored on a wrester from the left circle while on a 5-on-3 power play.
The two-man advantage came as a result of an absolute melee in front of the Canucks' bench. Milan Lucic was ejected from the game after the donnybrook, as he was ruled to have been the team's sixth man off the ice.
The league will rule, after the game, whether or not Lucic had made a legal or illegal line change. If it is deemed illegal, then Lucic could face a 10-game suspension.
The brawl started as Shawn Thornton appeared to be coming off the ice, but just before entering his own bench, he responded to something the Canucks were saying in front of theirs. Thornton skated over and every Canucks player on the ice went after Thornton, resulting in an all-out brawl.
Boston tied the game at 1-1 after Marchand finished a perfect cross-ice pass from Tyler Seguin, from the right point down to Marchand at the low-left circle. Marchand took the puck across the top of the crease, and slid it past Schneider.