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John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Brad Marchand was the (little) man in the middle after he scored the winning goal in overtime, his first of the postseason.
Marchand slipped the game-winner past Henrik Lundqvist 15:40 into overtime.
His goal set off a wild celebration in front of the TD Garden crowd.
The Bruins and Rangers met for the first time in the postseason in 40 years.
Milan Lucic celebrated after the Bruins scored the game's first goal in the second period.
The Rangers' Derick Brassard slipped one past Tuukka Rask as New York took a 2-1 lead.
Jared Wickerham/Getty Images
But Bruins rookie Torey Krug, center, scored the tying goal to send the game to overtime.
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