How a disputed Panthers goal helped put the Bruins in a 3-1 series hole: 5 takeaways

BOSTON — To add insult to injury in a game the Boston Bruins probably felt Sam Bennett probably shouldn’t have been playing in the first place, the Florida Panthers agitator scored a controversial tying goal in the third period Sunday night, helping lift his team to a come-from-behind 3-2 victory.
This after the Bruins said there was “clearly evidence” of Bennett sucker punching captain Brad Marchand on Friday night.
Bennett scored after pushing Bruins center Charlie Coyle into goalie Jeremy Swayman. Coach Jim Montgomery challenged, and it looked like it would be a…

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