Watch Taylor Hall Tie Game With Third-Period Equalizer Vs. Capitals

Hall's second-effort goal came at 17:11 and sent the game to OT

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Taylor Hall now has made his first postseason contribution for the Boston Bruins, and it couldn’t have happened at a better time.

The Bruins second-line winger netted the equalizer on a second-effort goal at 17:11 of the third period. It tied the game 3-3 after the Bruins had trailed for a 10-minute stretch in the final period.

Craig Smith, who had his own shot at the doorstep denied, and Matt Grzelcyk were each credited with the assist.

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Hall’s goal sent the game to overtime.

Jake DeBrusk and Patrice Bergeron also scored goals for the Bruins.

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