The Boston Bruins mounted another comeback against the Washington Capitals, and this time completed it.
And Boston has Brandon Carlo, Craig Smith, along with an empty-netter from Brad Marchand to thank for it.
The Bruins scored five unanswered goals, four of which came in the third period, as Boston earned a 5-3 win over the Capitals.
Carlo scored what proved to be the game-winner at 17:23 of the third period. It gave the Bruins their first lead of the game and was assisted by Chris Wagner and Sean Kuraly.
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That tally came after Smith tied it up at 3-all. He unleashed a one-timer at 13:07, which was assisted by Jeremy Lauzon, who carried the puck deep in the zone and unleashed a beautiful cross-ice pass.
Marchand added the empty netter for good measure, giving the B’s a 5-3 lead at 18:34.