The Boston Bruins were in deep trouble Saturday night, trailing the Minnesota Wild 4-2 with two minutes left in the game. And then, every changed in a hurry.

The B's pulled goalie Tuukka Rask for an extra attacker and it worked. David Krejci scored twice to tie the game.

Then in overtime Torey Krug scored the game winner on an end-to-end rush.

The Bruins are still the only team in the NHL without a loss at home in regulation. It was also the B's first win in overtime or shootout.

With a record of 15-3-5, the Bruins lead their division with 35 points and have the second best record in the league.