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Last second hero from Patrice Bergeron pushes the Bruins run to 18 matches

Patrice Bergeron did twice, including the winner with 7.2 seconds left when the Bruins scored two goals in the finals to beat the Florida Panthers 4-3 Thursday night and drove their scoring points to 18 matches. Brad Marchand won a fight in the corner and mixed the puck to Bergeron, who fired a police shot from the left circle past the shielded Panther goalkeeper Roberto Luongo to attract Bruin's unlikely comeback. According to the NHL it was only the second time in the franchise history that Bruins overcame a last minute deficit and won in regulation and joined a December 4, 1 986 match against Quebec where Ray Bourque scored one second to play. We all need to see this again. #NHLBruins pic.twitter.com/W7G8ycStat – Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) 2019 David Krejci and Matt Grzelcyk also did for Bruins, which is 14-0 -4 during their points. Jonathan Huberdeau scored two goals and Aleksander Barkov also had a goal for the pawns, who lost their sixth straight (0-2-4). Luongo finished with 24 saves. Boston fell behind 3-2 with 9:08 left when Huberdeau loaded into Bruin's zone and stepped around Zdeno Chara before performing a neat spin in the right circle and winding the puck past Rask for his second goal at night. Grzelcyk even drew Boston on his one-timer near the blue line with 36.5 seconds to play, his first goal in 49 games, before Bergeron won it. Bruins pull Fast – and Matt Grzelcyk points with 37 seconds left to tie things…

Patrice Bergeron did twice, including the winner with 7.2 seconds left when the Bruins scored two goals in the finals to beat the Florida Panthers 4-3 Thursday night and drove their scoring points to 18 matches.

Brad Marchand won a fight in the corner and mixed the puck to Bergeron, who fired a police shot from the left circle past the shielded Panther goalkeeper Roberto Luongo to attract Bruin’s unlikely comeback. According to the NHL it was only the second time in the franchise history that Bruins overcame a last minute deficit and won in regulation and joined a December 4, 1

986 match against Quebec where Ray Bourque scored one second to play.

David Krejci and Matt Grzelcyk also did for Bruins, which is 14-0 -4 during their points. Jonathan Huberdeau scored two goals and Aleksander Barkov also had a goal for the pawns, who lost their sixth straight (0-2-4). Luongo finished with 24 saves.

Boston fell behind 3-2 with 9:08 left when Huberdeau loaded into Bruin’s zone and stepped around Zdeno Chara before performing a neat spin in the right circle and winding the puck past Rask for his second goal at night.

Grzelcyk even drew Boston on his one-timer near the blue line with 36.5 seconds to play, his first goal in 49 games, before Bergeron won it.

The Panthers seized a 2-0 lead with a couple of power-play goals early in the second.

Less than 30 seconds after Brandon Carlo whistled to triple, Barkov lost in Keith Yandle’s shot immediately after Huberdeau correlated the puck along the boards and set him up to make it 1-0 at 2:48. It was Barkov’s 29th goal, he moved him behind coach Mike Hoffman.

Huberdeau knocked a puck out of midair in the track of Florida’s second number almost four minutes later and 30 seconds into Char’s late game penalty. The goal was maintained after a short review for high quality.

Krejci polished off a giv-and-go for Boston by 9:31 left in others. Bruin’s alternative captain struggled to take care of Danton Hein’s return flow through the slot, but still got enough to hit an exciting Luongo.

Boston was capitalized on a pan jump that gave up for a short-term goal Bergeron made on a wrister behind the left circle with 11:10 left to tie it at 2.

At the beginning of Thursday Jake DeBrusk was scratched with a lower body injury and forced the team to recall the center Karson Kuhlman from Providence of AHL in an emergency. Kuhlman played 12 minutes on the wing with Krejci and Cehlarik. Sean Kuraly returned after missing two concussion games, which played at 12:49.

Marcus Johansson, who was hit by a bruise on the lung against a meeting against Carolina on Tuesday, will be evaluated in a week after being hospitalized. 19659002] Boston’s run matched its second longest hit in team history after a similar run last season and 15-0-3 in the 1940-41 season. Tuukka Rask made 22 saves to extend his personal score to 18 matches (15-0-3). Bruins host NHL worst Ottawa on Saturday night.

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