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Bruins Vs. Canucks, Game 3 Score: Andrew Ference Beats Roberto Luongo With Soft Knuckle Shot; 1-0 Boston

In overtime of Game 2 in these Stanley Cup Finals, Alex Burrows scored a goal 11 seconds into the extra frame to give the Vancouver Canucks a victory over the Boston Bruins. Perhaps we could call this a small dose of payback.

Exactly 11 seconds into the second period of Game 3, Andrew Ference threw a knuckler on goal that found the back of Roberto Luongo's net. The entire chance was the result of a shattered stick by Alex Edler. Off the opening faceoff, the puck was won back to Edler. When he went to throw it up the ice, his stick broke into pieces and the puck didn't go anywhere.

Boston gained posession and ultimately scored the goal. Funny how this game works sometimes. 1-0 Bruins early in the second period.

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