Bruins’ Brad Marchand Ties Game With Power-Play Goal Vs. Senators

The Boston Bruins found themselves in an early 1-0 hole against the Ottawa Senators in the first period Sunday but were able to capitalize on the power play in the second period at Canadian Tire Centre.

The top line has been a force on the ice even in the absence of Patrice Bergeron, and they were able to tie the game while on the man advantage as some nice puck movement got Brad Marchand a look at the net and the winger buried it.

To see the goal and hear a breakdown from NESN’s Andy Brickley, check out the Berkshire Bank Exciting Rewind video above.


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