June 06, 2013
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John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Brooks Orpik and the Penguins exited the ice with disappointment as the Bruins celebrated the game-winning goal in the second overtime.
Jim Davis/Globe Staff
Patrice Bergeron slipped this goal past Tomas Vokoun for the game winner.
Bergeron then began the celebration with Brad Marchand (63) and Zdeno Chara (33) in the corner of the rink.
The winning goal led to a lonely skate off the ice for Vokoun as the Bruins celebrated.
The Bruins opened the scoring in the first period with a goal by David Krejci.
Milan Lucic celebrated Krejci's goal, which came 1:42 into the game.
The Penguins evened the score at 1-1 on a Chris Kunitz goal in the second period.
But Tuukka Rask was outstanding for the Bruins, and stopped 53 of 54 shots.
The game was chippy at times, with Lucic and Matt Cooke battling in the first period here.
One disappointing part of the win for the Bruins was the apparent leg injury suffered by Gregory Campbell, who limped off the ice after taking a shot to the leg.
The Bruins overcame a penalty for too many men on the ice, which displeased coach Claude Julien, in the second overtime.
Before the game, MBTA officer Richard Donohue, who was shot in the hunt for the suspected Marathon bombers, waived the Bruins flag on the ice.
After the game, the cheering was the for the 2-1 win that left the Bruins one win away from the Stanley Cup Finals.
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