Goals from Dennis Seidenberg, Michael Ryder have B's tied with Penguins through two

DJ Bean
January 15, 2011 - 9:34 am
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The Bruins provided proof that plenty can happen in a short period of time, as they scored two goals in 13 seconds and enter the third period tied, 2-2, with the Penguins. After Pascal Dupuis scored on generous bounce off the end boards, the Bruins found themselves trailing by a pair of goals. Dennis Seidenberg got them on the board with a blast from the point at 11:28, while Michael Ryder fired a wrist shot past Marc-Andre Fleury to tie it at 11:41. Steven Kampfer left the game after getting hit in thecae by the stick of Dupuis. Zdeno Chara appeared to influence Dupuis' stick on the play, and Kampfer left a small puddle of blood on the ice. Dupuis was given a double-minor, though the B's failed to capitalize. They are 0-for-4 on the power play so far. Through two periods, the Bruins are outshooting the Penguins, 26-25.

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