NHL Highlights: Patrice Bergeron delivers overtime winner to lead Bruins over Islanders

NBC Sports Boston Staff
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FINAL SCORE: Bruins 3, Islanders 2 (OT)

IN BRIEF: The Bruins went ahead 2-1 early in the third period on a John Moore screamer from the blue line, but a miscue at their own blue line a few minutes later allowed Matthew Barzal to net the equalizer for New York. All was well, however, as Patrice Bergeron netted the overtime winner on a power play snipe, beating Robin Lehner from the high slot. That set a Bruins franchise record for most consecutive games with a power play goal (13).

BOX SCORE

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BRUINS RECORD: 27-8-11 (65 points, 1st in Atlantic Division)

HIGHLIGHTS

GRZELCYK LEAVES THE GAME

SAVE BY RASK

DEBRUSK TIES IT AT 1-1

MOORE FROM THE BLUE LINE, 2-1

BERGY NETS THE WINNER IN OT

UP NEXT:

At Philadelphia, Monday, 7 p.m., NESN

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