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Recap: Bruins, 4-2 (Dec. 27)

Posted by Fluto Shinzawa, Globe Staff  April 29, 2009 11:14 AM

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Second in a series of recaps of every Boston-Carolina game this season.

The Bruins won their seventh straight game by snapping a 2-2 tie in the third period. Marc Savard set up Michael Ryder for the game-winning goal, redeeming himself after a rough night for the No. 1 center.

"It seemed like we had one good shift and three bad ones," said Savard, who also scored a helper on Chuck Kobasew's empty-net goal at 19:44. "We just couldn't get any flow going tonight. Our line, I felt we struggled a lot tonight. We were skating by pucks a lot and not doing the little things. But we picked it up in the third and had a better third period. But we've got to be better. That layoff kind of hurt us."

* Zdeno Chara, matched up against Eric Staal, kept the No. 1 center off the scoreboard.

* Blake Wheeler potted two goals.

* Tim Thomas made 29 stops.

The lineup:

Milan Lucic
Marc Savard
Phil Kessel
Blake Wheeler
David Krejci
Michael Ryder
P.J. Axelsson
Stephane Yelle
Chuck Kobasew
Vladimir Sobotka
Martin St. Pierre
Shawn Thornton
Mark Stuart
Zdeno Chara
Matt Hunwick
Dennis Wideman
Matt Lashoff
Shane Hnidy
Tim Thomas
Manny Fernandez
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