The Boston Bruins escaped from Ottawa with the two points thanks in part to a Dennis Seidenberg goal with 1:04 remaining on the clock. Back-up goal tender Anton Khudobin came up huge on a number of Ottawa chances coming away with 28 saves on 29 shots. Daniel Paille added the equalizer for the Bruins, after Ottawa's Kaspars Daugavins scored the first goal of the game.
This was a much needed win for the Bruins, as they finish the second half of a 4 game road trip.
David Krejci got the start after missing Tuesday's game in Winnipeg after getting hit by a puck on Sunday. Rich Peverely was a healthy scratch tonight, filling in for him was Ryan Spooner.
The Bruins continue their treck through Canada with a matchup versus Toronto on Saturday night before coming back home Monday to play Toronto again.