Stars get on the board, Bruins lead 4-1
|02.03.11 at 8:53 pm ET|
The Stars finally got on the board in the second period, but the Bruins still hold a 4-1 lead after 40 minutes.
Daniel Paille had the most notable play of the period, and it wasn’t for a good reason. With Stars winger Raymond Sawada skating into the Bruins’ zone, Paille blindsided him between the top of the circles, getting him tossed with a five-minute major and a match penalty. As Bruins fans should know, there is no need for that in the game, and it was definitely a play worthy of a suspension.
The Stars got their goal from Karlis Skrastins, as the Dallas defenseman scored his third of the season at 10:36 on a play Tyler Seguin could have easily prevented.
Adam McQuaid nearly scored his first goal of the season, but it was called off due to a really questionable goaltender interference call on Blake Wheeler.
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