Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron Use Excellent Speed Through Neutral Zone, Leading to Goal Against Flyers

Much of New England's attention was fixated on the Patriots on Sunday, as they squared off with the Ravens with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line. Those that tuned into the Bruins-Flyers game, however, were treated to some exciting hockey.

The B's ended up prevailing in a shootout following 65 minutes of back-and-forth hockey. There were 10 goals scored in total before the shootout, but it was the Bruins' Patrice Bergeron who got things going in the first period.

Brad Marchand and Tyler Seguin assisted Bergeron's goal, which was set up by some excellent speed through the neutral zone, and an aggressive attack upon entering the offensive zone. Marchand put a pass right on Bergeron's stick, and he didn't disappoint.

NESN's Dale Arnold and Barry Pederson took a look at the goal using the Amica Coverage Cam. Check out their analysis in the video above.

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