Nothing doing for Bruins in second period
|01.25.11 at 12:11 am ET|
Tim Thomas made some big saves in the second period, but the Bruins’ offense was unable to get on the board in the second, so the B’s trail the Kings, 1-0, entering the third period.
Los Angeles outshot Boston for the second straight period, and the B’s went 0-for-2 on the power play after Wayne Simmonds and Alexei Ponikarovsky each took holding penalties.
Through two, the Kings have outshot the B’s 25-20. Michael Ryder and Mark Recchi are the only Bruins forwards with multiple shots on goal through two.
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