How Panthers took control of Game 3 vs. Bruins – and the series: 6 takeaways

BOSTON — Hockey can be cruel sometimes.
In a game the Florida Panthers were dominating Friday, allowing only three shots and 10 attempts in the first period, the Boston Bruins finally started to apply pressure midway through the second period, getting scoring chances on successive shifts.
But with the Bruins unable to capitalize, Mason Lohrei sapped all that earned momentum. The rookie defenseman clipped fourth-liner Panthers Steven Lorentz with a high stick, and what’s more, he drew blood for a double minor.
On the ensuing two power plays, the Panthers turned a 1-0 lead into a 3-0…

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