Rangers cut into Bruins' lead

DJ Bean
April 04, 2011 - 5:04 pm
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The Bruins opened up a three-goal lead in the second period, but a Rangers duo doomed the Bruins twice to make it a 3-2 game heading into the third period. Chris Kelly scored his first goal as a member of the Bruins, looking off Tyler Seguin and beating Henrik Lundqvist with a wrist-shot at 10:32. Just 1:02 later, Tim Thomas came out of his net and thought he'd stopped a Wojtek Wolski shot, but it trickled through his legs, allowing Vaclav Prospal easy access to an easy goal. Prospal would make it a one-goal game at 18:26, with Wolski getting his second assist on the night. The Bruins had just four shots on goal in the period, and hold a 23-15 advantage after two.

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