Tyler Seguin scores one of his two second-period goals vs. the Lightning in Game 2.
Fans cheer during introductions for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Bruins and the Lightning on Tuesday night in Boston. Despite Tampa Bay scoring 13 seconds into the game, the home fans had plenty to cheer about, as the Bruins went on to win the game 6-5.
Lightning center Nate Thompson (44) celebrates a goal by teammate Adam Hall 13 seconds into the first period against Bruins goalie Tim Thomas.
Bruins goalie Tim Thomas makes a save on a shot by Lightning left wing Ryan Malone.
Back of the net
Nathan Horton of the Bruins scores a first-period goal on a power play against Dwayne Roloson of the Lightning.
Rookie Tyler Seguin of the Bruins scores a goal against the Lightning.
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High and low
Lightning left wing Ryan Malone and Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg vie for the puck.
Up in arms
Linesman Brad Kovachik breaks up a tussle between Zdeno Chara of the Bruins and Steve Downie of the Lightning.
Bruins right wing Michael Ryder celebrates after scoring a goal as Lightning defenseman Brett Clark skates away in the second period.
Steve Downie of the Lightning falls under Bruins goalie Tim Thomas, defenseman Adam McQuaid and forward Mark Recchi.
Getting the crowd going
Boston Bruins fans celebrate a goal by right wing Michael Ryder, center, against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The Bruins' Tyler Seguin, Chris Kelly and Dennis Seidenberg celebrate with right wing Michael Ryder, far left, after Seguin scored one of his two goals against the Lightning.
Mark Recchi of the Bruins collides with Mattias Ohlund of the Lightning in the third period.
Tyler Seguin of the Bruins hands his stick to a young fan after he scored two goals in Boston's 6-5 win over the Lightning in Game 2.