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AP Photo/Charles Krupa The Boston Bruins Daniel Paille ended game two of the Stanley Cup Finals in overtime and started the scoring in game three. Prior to game 3, the Chicago Blackhawks Marian Hossa was scratched due to injury. Early in the second period, Paille jumped on a loose puck deep inside the Chicago Blackhawks zone and buried a snapshot past goaltender Corey Crawford to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead. Check out the goal and other highlights after the jump. Right after a Bruins powerplay expired, Patrice Bergeron took a beautiful pass right across the crease from Jaromir Jagr with about six minutes remaining in the secon period to make it a 2-0 lead At the end of the third period, a melee broke out just as the Blakhawks decided to start trying to score goals… The lead would hold in the third period and the Bruins have taken a 2-1 series lead. Tuukka Rask gives a little insight to the ice conditions… The post VIDEO: Boston Bruins Win Game 3 Of The Stanley Cup Finals, Take 2...
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Game Three

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