The Bruins’ power-play attack still leaves much to be desired, but the B’s capitalized with a Panther in the box on Sunday.
Just over two minutes into the second period, a poorly timed change by Florida allowed Boston to make a 5-on-3 rush into the Panthers’ zone. Chris Bourque drew a pair of defensemen to him near the right boards, leaving a wide-open lane for Daniel Paille. Paille’s shot was disrupted by Florida’s Peter Mueller, but the puck slid right to Chris Kelly, who fired it past Jakob Markstrom for Boston’s third goal of the game.
See NESN’s Dale Arnold and Barry Pederson break down the goal in the video above.