The score holds the same after two periods, the Bruins controlling a 3-2 lead over the St. Louis Blues.
However, it seems impossible that that's the case. In the second frame, the Blues peppered Tim Thomas with 14 shots, bringing the entire game total to 24. But looking at the Bruins column, they only put up four shots on Brian Elliott, bringing their total shots to just 10.
But it doesn't matter in the end.
Their biggest scoring chance in the second period came off a Johnny Boychuk shot midway through. The shot was looked like it was deflected and tipped. The puck hit the crossbar and then the post, but stayed out of the net.
Zdeno Chara was the only player who made his way into the penalty box this period, picking up two minutes for hooking at the 14 minute mark. Fortunately for the Bruins, the Blues were unable to capitalize on it despite having a number of opportunities.
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