Canucks cut lead
|02.06.10 at 2:43 pm ET|
Boston kept the Canucks defensive in the second period by getting on the power play early. Vancouver forward Mason Raymond went to the box for a delay-of-game call at 1:58 and was joined by Henrik Sedin for a slash at 3:50. The Bruins had opportunities in front of Roberto Luongo but could not bury the puck that would give them a 3-0 advantage.
Boston took two penalties in the period but were able to kill them both. The first was a trip against Michel Ryder at 5:36 and the second interference against Zdeno Chara at 10:12. The Bruins had a couple more opportunities on the power play when Canucks defenseman Shane O’Brien interfered with Bruins forward Mark Recchi (really, he checked him into the back of the net behind Luongo) but the Canucks were able to earn the kill.
Bruins still lead, 2-1 at the end of two.
Bruins — 25
Canucks — 12
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