Two periods down, one to go. However, neither the Boston Bruins or the Tampa Bay Lightning have been able to find the back of the net through 60 minutes in Game7 of the Eastern Conference Finals at TD Garden.
Boston holds a commanding 29-17 advantage in shots through the first two periods while winning 25 of 41 faceoffs. Tampa Bay has 19 hits to Boston's 17 and both teams have 15 blocks in the game.
Boston has received a solid game in net from Tim Thomas, who has 17 saves. Dwayne Roloson has been equally effective in goal for the Lightning, re-routing all 29 shots he's faced.
Nathan Horton and Andrew Ference have each had five shots for Boston while Tyler Seguin and Mark Recchi have each recorded three shots. Boston has four players who have attempted two shots on net.
Teddy Purcell leads the Lightning with three shots on goal through two periods.