Milan Lucic, Bruins Capitalize on Senators’ Defensive Breakdown for Goal in Final Minute of Second Period

The Bruins pride themselves on playing hard until the final horn of each period. And that effort led to them scoring a goal late in the second period of Tuesday's matchup against the Senators.

The Ottawa defense broke down, allowing an odd-man rush for Boston. It ended when Milan Lucic went top shelf past goaltender Craig Anderson. The goal cut the Senators' 3-1 lead in half, and gave the B's some momentum going into the locker room. The Bruins then used that momentum to pull off a 4-3 victory.

NESN's Dale Arnold, Barry Pederson and Mark Mowers took a look at Lucic's goal after the game using the Amica Coverage Cam. Check out the video above for their analysis.

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