The B’s got out to a much hotter start in the second frame, controlling play from the opening puck drop. At the 1:40 mark, it was Caron who would blast a slapshot past Rangers’ goaltender Henrik Lundqvist to even the score at two.
Boston would continue to out-work the Rangers throughout the balance of the second period, outshooting New York by a 10-3 margin. Unfortunately for the Black and Gold, Henrik Lundqvist stood tall in the Rangers’ goal and did not allow the Bruins to take a lead into the second intermission.
Head Coach Claude Julien is once again looking brilliant for the timing of his timeout, as ever since, the Bruins have dominated play in the Big Apple.