Familiar-looking Bruins take a commanding 3-0 lead
|02.26.09 at 8:28 pm ET|
In a flashback to the first 40 games of the season, the Blake Wheeler/Michael Ryder/David Krejci line has reverted back to dominant form, and make it 2-0 with a great Krejci look to Ryder in the right faceoff circle. The trio turned transition hockey into a wicked Ryder wrist shot that beat Giguere to make it 2-0.
Chuck Kobasew followed with a another sizzling wrist shot that gave the Bruins a 3-2 lead and knocked Giguere from the game.
The B’s lead the Ducks by a 3-0 score with 9:19 to go in the second period.
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