Patrice Bergeron tipped home the double-overtime game-winner for the Boston Bruins in their 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 3 on Wednesday night.

Quite a playoff thriller Wednesday night that was full of everything great about playoff hockey: back-and-forth action, superb goaltending, players sacrificing their bodies to make plays, (Gregory Campbell¬†reportedly broke his leg blocking a shot, effectively ending his season)¬†and a brilliant game-winner started by grisly veteran Jaromir Jagr. The 41-year-old stripped the puck away at center ice and fed it to Brad Marchand who centered it to a rushing Patrice Bergeron to redirect home, after 95:19 of playing time. David Krejci had the game’s first goal, 1:42 into the game. Milan Lucic had the other assist. As expected, Zdeno Chara led the way with 41:55 of ice time.

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