The Boston Bruins look to snap a 2-2 series tie in their favor when their 2012 NHL Playoffs run continues on Saturday with Game 5 against the Washington Capitals. (Game Time: 3 p.m. ET, TV Schedule: NBC)
Washington fended off Boston on Thursday, 2-1, to even the series. Braden Holtby made 44 saves to give the Capitals a chance, and Alexander Semin beat Tim Thomas in the second period to provide the game winner. Thomas made 21 saves, but Boston could not manage to find the net more than once despite out-shooting Washington 45-23.
The Bruins will look a little different in Game 5 after coach Claude Julien moved Tyler Seguin and Brad Marchand to the third and fourth lines, respectively.
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