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Final: Bruins 1, Devils 0

Posted by Fluto Shinzawa, Globe Staff  April 4, 2013 06:58 PM

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All done in Boston. Tuukka Rask's best game of the season. Stopped 40 pucks.

16:36 3d period, Bruins 1-0: Two great chances for Bruins. Nathan Horton and David Krejci come up short in close.

16:25 3d period, Bruins 1-0: Bruins sending out third line of Daniel Paille, Rich Peverley, Gregory Campbell.

12:20 3d period, Bruins 1-0: Best NJ flurry of third. Andy Greene dangles around Johnny Boychuk. Strikes side of net with shot.

11:18 3d period, Bruins 1-0: Bruins improving as game goes on. Tuukka Rask not having to stand on his head in third.

20:00 2d period, Bruins 1-0: Tighter defense from Bruins in second period. Tuukka Rask No. 1 star through 40 minutes.

19:07 2d period, Bruins 1-0: Johnny Boychuk back to room. Looks like his period is over.

15:28 2d period, Bruins 1-0: Johnny Boychuk back on ice.

12:03 2d period, Bruins 1-0: Johnny Boychuk to the room. Puck in face. Not a big blast.

9:38 2d period, Bruins 1-0: Dainius Zubrus pings post with puck. Devils getting very close.

6:59 2d period, Bruins 1-0: Tuukka Rask kicks out Mark Fayne point shot. Then covers puck. Rask has varsity stuff so far.

1:20 2d period, Bruins 1-0: First Boston goal for Jaromir Jagr. Brad Marchand’s feed goes off Jagr’s skate and caroms through Martin Brodeur. Jagr will take it.

20:00 1st period, 0-0: Rough period for Bruins. New Jersey with 17-6 shot advantage. Half a dozen legit scoring chances for Devils. Tuukka Rask carrying Bruins.

16:25 1st period, 0-0: Holding on David Krejci. Another poor start for Bruins. Looks like it will take time for the Tyler Seguin line to find its rhythm.

7:34 1st period, 0-0: Milan Lucic short-range shot turned back by Martin Brodeur. Best chance for Bruins so far. Good cycling, passing by Lucic’s line.

0:00 1st period, 0-0: Jordan Caron and Aaron Johnson are the healthy scratches.

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