On hockey Bruins’ ticket to finals all but punched now ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page 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. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Bergeron then began the celebration with Brad Marchand (63) and Zdeno Chara (33) in the corner of the rink. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff The winning goal led to a lonely skate off the ice for Vokoun as the Bruins celebrated. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The Bruins opened the scoring in the first period with a goal by David Krejci. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Milan Lucic celebrated Krejci's goal, which came 1:42 into the game. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff The Penguins evened the score at 1-1 on a Chris Kunitz goal in the second period. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff But Tuukka Rask was outstanding for the Bruins, and stopped 53 of 54 shots. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff The game was chippy at times, with Lucic and Matt Cooke battling in the first period here. Jim Davis/Globe Staff 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. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The Bruins overcame a penalty for too many men on the ice, which displeased coach Claude Julien, in the second overtime. Jim Davis/Globe Staff 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. Jim Davis/Globe Staff After the game, the cheering was the for the 2-1 win that left the Bruins one win away from the Stanley Cup Finals.