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John Tortorella….. need we say more?
Corey Perry….. Making news in more ways than one!
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Matthew shares his Mid-Season Awards picks…. Do you agree?
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by Anthony Travalgia http://www.thehubofhockey.net
The hub of hockey will be taking a look at the top 10 Bruins regular season games of 2010-11, followed by the top ten playoff games of the 2010-11 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Today we take a look at No. 9: January 13, 2011 Philadelphia Flyers vs. Boston Bruins.
The Bruins defeated the Flyers 7-5 behind Steve Kampfer’s third period game-winning-goal. It was a game that saw 12 goals, five lead changes and one crazy third period.
Down 3-2 entering the third, the Bruins used two goals by Mark Recchi, and Michael Ryder in 1:48 seconds to take a 4-3 lead. Five minutes later the Flyers would use two goals in less than a minute by Danny Briere and Sean O’ Donnell to regain the lead.
Brad Marchand would tie the game up again midway through the third, and rookie defensemen Steve Kampfer would score the game-winner with 1:14 left in regulation on an absolute snipe from a low-scoring angle.
Bruins Goal Scorers: Patrice Bergeron, Gregory Campbell, Zdeno Chara, Kampfer, Marchand, Recchi, Michael Ryder.
Flyers Goal Scorers: Briere, Jeff Carter, Scott Hartnell, O’ Donnell, Nikolay Zherdev.
With his second period goal, Patrice Bergeron extended his point streak to five games.
Ryder’s goal in the third was his first in eight games.
Mark Recchi had a goal and an assist for his seventh multiple-point-game of the year.
Steven Kampfer’s game-winning-goal was the first of his career.
Bruins Center Patrice Bergeron won 16 of 24 face-offs.
Flyers defensemen Braydon Coburn finished the game a plus-3.
Flyers defensemen Matt Carle, and forward Danny Briere finished the game at minus-3
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