Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Dennis Seidenberg Goal

  • BOSTON - Dennis Seidenberg scored the tiebreaking goal on a slap shot from center ice in the third period, rallying the Boston Bruins to a 4-3 win over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night.
  • (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
  • That was Charas eighth goal of the season, but he was more impressed with Seidenbergs strike. Dennis was trying to put the puck on the net and it was a really good shot, it bounced, and maybe changed the direction and you know went in, Chara said.
  • (NESN.com)
  • BOSTON - Dennis Seidenberg scored the tiebreaking goal on a slap shot from center ice in the third period, rallying the Boston Bruins [team stats] to a 4-3 win over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night.
  • (Boston Herald)
  • Dennis Seidenbergs slapper from center ice near the midway point of the third period lifted the Boston Bruins over the Ottawa Senators, 4-3.
  • (CharlotteObserver.com)
  • Actually, they were pretty tough to beat tonight and, if not for ridiculously bad goal given up by Craig Anderson to Dennis Seidenberg from the red line, they might have won. Instead, the B's escaped with a 4-3 win.
  • (Boston Herald)
  • Ilya Bryzgalov had allowed goals on all five shootout attempts he'd faced before stopping Kyle Wellwood and Blake Wheeler. But Little slid one under Bryzgalov's pads to win it.
  • (NHL.com)
  • He stopped 15 of 17 shots in the first two periods, but only 11 of 13 in the third. The goal he gave Dennis Seidenberg on a shot from center ice came with about 13 minutes left in the third. It clearly deflated the Senators.
  • (CBS Sports)
  • Malkins 27th goal capped a third-period rally by Pittsburgh, which trailed by three with 13 minutes to play. Boston 4, Ottawa 3: Dennis Seidenberg scored the tiebreaking goal on a slap shot from center ice in the third period, rallying the Bruins.
  • (Austin American-Statesman)
  • Brandon Sutter scored for Carolina. Bruins 4, Senators 3 — Dennis Seidenberg scored the tiebreaking goal on a slap shot from center ice in the third period, rallying host Boston.
  • (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

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