By Brian Cazeneuve
June 18, 2013
Tuukka Rask (left) made 28 saves and Patrice Bergeron scored one of Boston's two goals.
Charles Krupa/AP

Reduce the game, in a nutshell, to two power-play sequences, one for each team. This was, after all, a contest between two clubs that were sputtering with a man advantage and forceful when shorthanded. Both of those scales tipped in Boston's favor in two stretches of time.

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