Bruins Lose In OT, Stay In First Place [VIDEO]
Patrice Bergeron scored a goal with three seconds left in regulation to get the Boston Bruins a point in the standings but Claude Giroux scored in overtime to give the Philadelphia Flyers a 4-3 win.
The Bruins are now 49-17-12, good for 110 points in the standings. That's two points ahead of second place Tampa Bay and both teams have now played the same amount of games, 78.
And the two teams meet Tuesday night in Tampa Bay.
The Flyers jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the Sunday matinee in Philly. Leading 3-2 in the final moments of regulation, the Bruins pulled the goalie and scored a 6-on-5 goal with three seconds left.
That gave each team a point in the standings.
At the 3:39 mark of overtime Philly captain Claude Giroux scored the game winner on a breakaway. The Flyers are to jump into the wildcard playoff picture.