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Bruins' rally shocks Pens

PITTSBURGH — Mark Recchi scored the third of Boston's four goals in the final 3½ minutes to cap the second frantic rally in two visits to Pittsburgh, and the Bruins beat the Penguins 4-2 Monday night.

Gregory Campbell added an empty-netter and set up two goals in a rally similar to one when the Bruins trailed 4-2 in Pittsburgh on Nov. 10 before scoring five goals in the third to win 7-4.

"In the first and second, we had some great opportunities," Recchi said of Monday's game. "We could have been right in the game, and we knew if we stayed with it, we could come back."

The Penguins are 0-2-1 without Sidney Crosby (concussion).

Game highlights: Taylor Pyatt scored the go-ahead goal with 3:12 left in the visiting Coyotes' 4-3 win over the Blues.

Around the league: Islanders defenseman Mark Eaton will have surgery on his right hip this week and is done for the season. … The Rangers acquired left wing Wojtek Wolski from the Coyotes for defenseman Michal Rozsival. … Senators forward Alex Kovalev (knee) is out at least a week.

Bruins 0 0 4 4
at Penguins 0 2 0 2

First PeriodNone. PenaltiesJeffrey, Pit (hooking), 11:36; Cooke, Pit (high-sticking), 16:05; Savard, Bos (slashing), 18:41.

Second Period1, Pittsburgh, Rupp 4 (Engelland), 11:39. 2, Pittsburgh, Letang 7 (Malkin, Martin), 15:12 (pp). PenaltiesBergeron, Bos (goaltender interference), 1:35; Recchi, Bos (tripping), 13:50; Savard, Bos (roughing), 16:07; Letang, Pit (roughing), 16:07; Recchi, Bos (unsportsmanlike conduct, hooking), 17:08; Goligoski, Pit (interference), 19:17.

Third Period3, Boston, Chara 6 (Seidenberg, Campbell), 16:37 (pp). 4, Boston, Marchand 7 (Bergeron, Campbell), 16:49. 5, Boston, Recchi 8 (Ryder, Seidenberg), 19:10 (pp). 6, Boston, Campbell 4 (Wheeler, Bergeron), 19:52 (en). PenaltiesBartkowski, Bos (hooking), 11:46; Orpik, Pit (boarding), 14:39; Staal, Pit (holding), 17:52. Shots on GoalBoston 6-13-13—32. Pittsburgh 14-9-2—25. Power-play opportunitiesBoston 2 of 5; Pittsburgh 1 of 6. GoaliesBoston, Rask 4-8-1 (25 shots-23 saves). Pittsburgh, Fleury 18-11-2 (31-28). A18,245 (18,087). T2:20.

Coyotes 0 2 2 4
at Blues 1 0 2 3

First Period1, St. Louis, Backes 12 (D'Agostini, Steen), 18:53. PenaltiesBissonnette, Pho, major (fighting), 5:31; Janssen, StL, major (fighting), 5:31; Lepisto, Pho (tripping), 8:22; Jovanovski, Pho (boarding), 9:38.

Second Period2, Phoenix, Korpikoski 10 (Jovanovski, Aucoin), 6:39. 3, Phoenix, Stempniak 9, 9:15. PenaltiesPolak, StL (interference), 1:15; Pietrangelo, StL (delay of game), 19:39; Yandle, Pho (roughing), 20:00; Brewer, StL (roughing), 20:00.

Third Period4, St. Louis, D'Agostini 10, 3:01. 5, St. Louis, Winchester 8 (McClement, Boyes), 3:21. 6, Phoenix, Turris 7 (Lepisto, Pyatt), 9:58. 7, Phoenix, Pyatt 10 (Turris, Korpikoski), 16:48. PenaltiesNone. Shots on GoalPhoenix 10-15-8—33. St. Louis 11-8-17—36. Power-play opportunitiesPhoenix 0 of 2; St. Louis 0 of 2. GoaliesPhoenix, LaBarbera 6-5-3 (36 shots-33 saves). St. Louis, Halak 15-13-4 (33-29). A19,150 (19,150). T2:28.

at Avalanche 4 1 0 5
Red Wings 2 1 1 4

First Period1, Colorado, Stastny 16 (Hejduk, Porter), 5:58. 2, Detroit, Mursak 1 (Miller, Abdelkader), 6:52. 3, Colorado, Duchene 17 (Fleischmann), 8:32. 4, Colorado, Porter 8 (Jones, Yip), 12:28. 5, Colorado, Duchene 18 (Fleischmann, Jones), 14:15. 6, Detroit, Rafalski 3 (Helm), 18:00. PenaltiesRafalski, Det (delay of game), 3:01; Ericsson, Det (interference), 10:13; O'Reilly, Col (interference), 14:42; Rafalski, Det (hooking), 19:27.

Second Period7, Colorado, Jones 14 (Duchene), 6:51. 8, Detroit, Zetterberg 16 (Holmstrom, Lidstrom), 15:30 (pp). PenaltiesMauldin, Col (tripping), 14:35; Helm, Det (goaltender interference), 18:05.

Third Period9, Detroit, Holmstrom 11 (Zetterberg, Lidstrom), 9:45 (pp). PenaltiesColorado bench, served by Porter (too many men), 8:50; Bertuzzi, Det (tripping), 13:20. Shots on GoalDetroit 9-9-12—30. Colorado 14-8-4—26. Power-play opportunitiesDetroit 2 of 3; Colorado 0 of 5. GoaliesDetroit, Howard (10 shots-6 saves), MacDonald 0-1-0 (14:15 first, 16-15). Colorado, Budaj 11-6-3 (30-26). A17,535 (18,007). T2:25.

Bruins' rally shocks Pens 01/10/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, January 11, 2011 7:54am]
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