Daniel Paille Ties Game With Breakaway Goal Against Senators (Video)

The fourth line provided both of the Bruins’ goals in regulation Monday night, with Daniel Paille netting the equalizer after the B’s found themselves in a two-goal hole against the Senators.

After gaining possession of the puck in front of his own net, Boston center David Krejci found a wide-open Paille, who had just left the bench, near center ice. The fourth-line winger skated into the Ottawa zone unopposed and beat Senators goalie Robin Lehner, tying the score at 2-2 in a game the Bruins would eventually win in a shootout.

Check out the goal in the video above.

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