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Milan throws down with Matt Carkner  The Bruins dominated the third period and pulled off the come from behind win on Friday night at the Garden. The B’s improve to 3-0-1 on the season. Shawn Thornton got the B’s on the board early picking up a rebound from a Hamilton shot and putting it in the back of the net. A minute after the Bruins got on the board Matt Carkner felt the need to pick a fight with Milan Lucic in front of the Islanders net. Lucic landed a right that put Carkner on his ass and won the fight easily. Waltham’s own Keith Aucoin beat Tuukka low to tie the game up at 1 with 9 minutes left in the first. Aucoin scored again half way through the second to put New York up 2-1. At this point in the game the Bruins turned things around and never looked back. Greg Cambell scored 14 minutes into the second to tie the game up at 2. Cambell was in good position in front of the net and buried the puck off a deflection. 7:07 into the third Nathan Horton fed the puck to Luc...
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