Pittsburgh looks like the better team, but they still trail the Boston Bruins 1-0 after one period in Game 1.
A hit on Marchand from Chris Kunitz then led to a 3-on-1 chance for Boston, but they couldn't convert.
Jaromir Jagr got another couple of good chances, but Vokoun stood him up on both. Jagr wasn't happy.
Despite Boston's close calls, the Penguins outplayed and outchanced them in the first. Both squads squandered power play opportunities, but Boston looked especially sluggish trying to keep up with the speedy Pens. Pittsburgh nearly equalized in the dying seconds of the period, but the puck went wide.
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