Bruins Vs. Canucks, Game 4 Score: Rich Peverley Gives Boston 1-0 Lead In First

The Boston Bruins have dound a way to score first again as Rich Peverley beat Roberto Luongo through the five hole at the  mark of the first period. The goal started at center ice with a nice pass by David Krejci. From there, Peverley did all the work from there as he moved the puck around a Canucks defenseman and beat Luongo who was well out of the crease and went down very early. 

The team scoring first has won each of the three games in this series and the Bruins are 9-1 in these playoffs after they have scored first. The Bruins haven't had many shots on goal as they have directed four shots toward Luongo while the Canucks have been able to get five shots on Thomas. 

That goal was Peverley's third goal of the playoffs and the first since May 23rd which was Game 5 against the Tampa Bay Lightning

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