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Bruins

FINAL SCORE: Canadiens 5, Bruins 4

IN BRIEF: The Bruins gave up three first-period goals, but they were still able to stay competitive with the Canadiens on Tuesday night. They came from behind three times and at one point, it appeared that they had taken the lead. However, a controversial offsides call on a Charlie Coyle goal erased the lead and the Canadiens answered with the game-winning goal shortly thereafter.

BOX SCORE 

BRUINS RECORD: 11-2-2 (24 points)

HIGHLIGHTS

CANADIENS STRIKE EARLY WITH GOAL FROM VICTOR METE

ZDENO CHARA GETS STANDING OVATION IN 1,500TH GAME

 

PASTRNAK TIES THE GAME UP WITH POWER PLAY GOAL

TOMAS TATAR RESPONDS QUICKLY WITH GOAL

PAUL BYRON DOUBLES THE LEAD WITH A FIVE-HOLE GOAL

TUUKKA RASK MAKES EXCELLENT SAVE ON BREAKAWAY

CONNOR CLIFTON NOTCHES FIRST NHL GOAL

ANDERS BJORK TIES UP GAME

METE NETS SECOND SCORE BREAKING TIE

 

SEAN KURALY SQUEAKS GOAL PAST CAREY PRICE'S SKATE

CHARLIE COYLE GOAL CALLED OFFSIDES

TUUKKA LETS UP SOFT GOAL TO GIFT CANADIENS LEAD

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