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Devante Smith-Pelly scored less than 2 minutes into the game, Mathieu Perreault had a goal and an assist and Jonas Hiller stopped 21 shots for the Ducks. But they went 0 for 4 on the power play, dropping the leagues worst unit to 7.3 per cent (4 for 55). Anaheim was on the verge of its fourth straight victory until Patrick Maroons tripping penalty with 2:58 left in the third period gave Boston late life. "Thats three games in a row that weve taken a penalty in the last 2 minutes of the game," Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau said. It didnt take long for the Bruins to capitalize. David Krejci scooped up a loose puck just outside the crease and slid a pass through the legs of defenceman Cam Fowler that Chara easily slipped past Hiller with 2:50 to go, setting off a celebration in the stands. Iginla then put Boston ahead in the shootout with his wrist shot over Hillers glove. After Rask turned aside two weak attempts by the Ducks, Ryan Getzlaf hit the crossbar to end the game. 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They tied the score minutes later when Soderberg broke in alone on Hiller and slipped the puck between his legs for his first career goal. "It means a lot to me," Soderberg said. "Ive been playing in Europe for 10 years at the highest level there, but its still not the NHL. I came here at 28 years old, so I wanted to see if I could play in the NHL. "Im pretty glad I scored." Perreaults fifth goal put the Ducks back on top with 20.9 seconds remaining in the second. After winning a faceoff in the Bruins zone, Perreault corralled a pass inside the circle just seconds later, spun to his right and slid a shot by Rasks right leg. "That goal in the last 20 seconds of the second would probably have broken a lot of teams backs. It didnt break ours," Bruins coach Claude Julien said. "Id rather give my team credit for this one than say were fortunate. 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