Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Bruins even things up with Lightning

We watched this game. And got tired just watching it. The Boston Bruins used a 5 goal 2nd period to hold off the Tampa Bay Lightning 6-5, tying their best of 7 series at 1 game a piece.

The win stopped the Lightning's 8 game playoff winning streak and set-up an exciting game 3 and 4 starting Thursday night in Tampa.

Boston rookie Tyler Seguin had possibly his best game this season with 2 goals and 2 assists in that watershed 2nd period. Michael Ryder had 2 goals, thanks to Seguin and the Bruins chased Lightning goalie Dwayne Roloson after 2 periods.

But the Lightning fought back and made it exciting, heck they scored 13 seconds into the game. Tampa has put up 10 goals in two games against the Bruins, the team who gave up the least amount of goals through the regular season.

If Tuesday night was an indication, this is going to be some "Can't miss Hockey" over the next few nights.

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