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Bruins defeat Lightning on Marchand OT goal

Scores 10 seconds into extra period; Gustavsson makes 42 saves in shutout

by Corey Long / NHL.com Correspondent

Marchand's quick overtime winner

BOS@TBL: Marchand tips home Bergeron's feed for win

3/8/16: Brad Marchand takes a pass from Patrice Bergeron and tips it past Ben Bishop for the game-winning goal 10 seconds into overtime

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TAMPA -- Brad Marchand scored 10 seconds into overtime, and Jonas Gustavsson made 42 saves to help the Boston Bruins to a 1-0 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena on Tuesday.

Marchand scored his 34th goal on a 2-on-1 rush with Patrice Bergeron, who made a perfect pass to Marchand in the slot for a one-timer that beat Lightning goalie Ben Bishop to the stick side.

"Anytime you have a game like that, a tight-checking game, back-and-forth, it was big to win that," Marchand said. "We're battling for position right now. [Gustavsson] played incredible. We wouldn't have won if he didn't play the way he did. He kept us in it with some big saves."

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Bruins goalie Gustavsson has trouble with water bottle

One doesn't work, another one spills on ice against Lightning

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Gustavsson just wants some water

BOS@TBL: Gustavsson's water takes the ice

3/8/16: Jonas Gustavsson gets a new water bottle after having problems with the first, but the cap comes off, spilling water onto the ice

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Boston Bruins goalie Jonas Gustavsson had trouble with his water bottle against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena on Tuesday. 

After the one on his net did not work, he was given another by an official. But the cap came off, spilling water onto the ice.

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Lightning, Bruins battle for Atlantic Division lead

Tampa Bay enters game one point ahead of Boston

by Corey Long / NHL.com Correspondent

BRUINS (37-23-7) at LIGHTNING (39-23-4)

TV: 7:30 p.m. ET; TVA Sports, NESN, SUN, NHL.TV

TAMPA -- First place in the Atlantic Division will be on the line when the Tampa Bay Lightning play the Boston Bruins at Amalie Arena on Tuesday.

Tampa Bay had its nine-game win streak snapped in a 4-2 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday. The Lightning currently are first in the division with 82 points.

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Lightning expect to bounce back quickly

Face Bruins after win streak ends in Philadelphia

by Dan Rosen @drosennhl / NHL.com Senior Writer

PHILADELPHIA -- Their franchise-best nine-game winning streak a thing of the past, the Tampa Bay Lightning had one choice after a clunker at Wells Fargo Center on Monday.

"Get ready for Boston," Lightning coach Jon Cooper said.

They don't have much time. The Lightning are on the ice again Tuesday against the Boston Bruins with first place in the Atlantic Division on the line. Their 4-2 loss against the Philadelphia Flyers won't matter when the puck drops at Amalie Arena.

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