Found April 02, 2013 on NESN.com:
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The Bruins and Senators combined to take 97 shots Tuesday night — the most in a single game by any two NHL teams all season. That massive shot total coupled with the loss of Patrice Bergeron, Boston’s best two-way forward, to injury in the second period seemed to set the stage for a wild shootout of a game at TD Garden. But thanks to strong play by both goaltenders — B’s goalie Anton Khudobin set a career high with 45 saves — three goals were enough to give the Bruins the win over their Northeast Division rivals. For much more on the game, check out Jack Edwards and Andy Brickley‘s breakdown in the video above.
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