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Bruins Beat Maple Leafs 3-2

Man, preseason hockey games can be boring.

With that said, the Bruins are trying to entertain fans as much as possible in preparation for the upcoming NHL season. The B’s edged the Maple Leafs 3-2 Wednesday night, with a tie-breaking third period goal from new acquisition Andy Wozniewski.

The two other Bruins goals came from Steve Begin and Brad Marchand in the second period. Toronto got two goals of their own: one in the first period from Tyler Bozak and the other in the second period from Viktor Stahlberg (yes, that’s spelled right).

Former Bruins center Jason Allison played in this one for the Maple Leafs, finishing with over 14 minutes of ice time and no registered statistics.

Potential Bruins backup goalie Dany Sabourin went the distance in this game, and finished with 25 saves on 27 shots for the win.

The Bruins were without anyone important: Marc Savard, Zdeno Chara, Tim Thomas, and others did not play.

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