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    Bruins fall to Rangers 3-2

    Photo by Brian Babineau/NHL
    The Bruins fell to the New York Rangers in tonight’s contest 3-2.

    Rick Nash struck first, rushing towards Tuukka Rask all alone and beating him with a back hander. Fresh off recovering from the flu, Milan Lucic tied the game up for the B's, going top shelf on Cam Talbot from the high slot. A great pass from Loui Eriksson was tipped in by Patrice Bergeron, giving the B's the go-ahead goal.

    Derick Brassard tied the game up, putting one past Rask from the slot. After a Bruins power play that generated a lot of good chances, the Rangers were able to pull ahead, with Derek Stepan giving the Rangers the 3-2 lead.

    Neither team struck in the third, and the Rangers were able to walk away with the victory.