Bruins, Senators scoreless after one

DJ Bean
March 01, 2011 - 3:15 pm
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The Bruins didn't burst out of the gate Tuesday in Ottawa, as they enter the second period in a scoreless tie with the Senators. The Bruins had their best opportunity of the period when Brad Marchand drew Senators netminder Craig Anderson out of position off a Brian Lee turnover. Marchand left a drop pass for Patrice Bergeron with an open net, but Colin Greening swatted at it to break up the play. Tuukka Rask was alert enough to make a save on an unexpected Jason Spezza shot as Spezza fell down in the slot slot, and followed it up with another on Sergei Gonchar's bid on the rebound. The Senators are outshooting the Bruins, 10-6. Johnny Boychuk leads the B's with two shots on goal thus far.

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