Ray Bourque and Joe Mullen scored 70 seconds apart in the third period Monday as the Boston Bruins got their first victory at the new FleetCenter, 5-3 over the Buffalo Sabres.
The Sabres took a 3-2 lead on Brian Holzinger’s goal 6:49 into the third period, but Holzinger allowed Boston to come back with an interference penalty less than a minute later.
In other games, the Mighty Ducks beat the Jets 4-3, the Penguins and the Avalanche tied 6-6, the Red Wings beat the Canucks 5-3.
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