Bruins trail Sharks after two

DJ Bean
February 05, 2011 - 9:33 am

The Bruins will have to make another third-period comeback if they want their fourth straight win, as they trail 1-0 after two periods. The lone goal of the period was disallowed, as there was incidental contact with the goaltender on what appeared to be the Sharks' second goal of the game. The Bruins had their opportunities, with Michael Ryder and Dennis Seidenberg missing on attempts to knot the game at one. The Sharks and Bruins each took a minor penalty in the period, with the Sharks drawing a bench minor for unsportsmanlike conduct at at 10:03. It was a real break for the Bruins, given that they were at a disadvantage in their own zone with Nathan Horton's stick broken. Gregory Campbell went off for tripping Jason Demers behind Antti Niemi's net at 12:53. The Sharks had only six shots on Tim Thomas in the period, and the B's head to the third with an 18-11 edge in shots on goal.