Dennis Seidenberg Catches Defense Out of Position, Rips Wide Open Shot to Score Equalizer (Video)

The Bruins came from behind to tie the game in thrilling fashion on Sunday night against the Senators.

The B’s scored two goals within 18 seconds of one another — one with four seconds left in the second period and one in the opening second of the third period — to give them a shot at the win. The Bruins went on to lose 3-2, but heads up play by Dennis Seidenberg was crucial in using the team’s momentum to net the second goal and keep them in the game.

See the full breakdown of the play in the video above.

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