Bruins Vs. Jets Score Update: Late Horton Goal Ties Game 1-1 After First Period.

Well, there was certainly a change in pace after Saturday's game against the Canucks, and while both teams managed to get some good scoring chances, it wasn't particularly pretty.

However, both teams took a goal back into the locker rooms and the game's tied 1-1 after the first period.

The Jets had a chance early on, just 5:57 into the game. The Jets crashed on Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask, and Rask was forced to make a tough save. But then Seidenberg was called for a penalty, hooking down Chris Thorburn, and Thorburn was awarded with a penalty shot.

Rask stoned him then, too.

But with 3:07 left in the period, Zach Bogosian scored his fourth goal of the season after the Bruins let a 3-on-1 get out of hand. The Jets swarmed Rask and passed the puck back out to the point. The shot from the blueline looked like it might have deflected off something and past Rask, but it put the Jets up 1-0.

Nathan Horton came back less than three minutes later, and with 40 seconds left to go in the period, took a feed from Milan Lucic and put it back back door to tie the game at one a piece.

**UPDATE** Jets goal was officially changed and was scored by Andrew Ladd.




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