Greatest moment of the 2010-11 season: 5 third-period-goal-comeback vs. Campbell

BOSTON, MA - MARCH 24: Gregory Campbell #11 of the Boston Bruins scores an unassisted short-handed goal in the third period as Tomas Plekanec #14 of the Montreal Canadiens defends on March 24, 2011 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The Boston Bruins defeated the Montreal Canadiens 7-0. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)


Today's second round moments come from the epic five three-period goals comeback against the star-studded Pittsburgh Penguins, and a nasty 3-on-5 goal from Gregory Campbell during the 7-0 blowout against the Montreal Canadiens. Both of these are moments Bruins fans can look back on as signs of what was to come in the post-season.

The battle between Tim Thomas's save on Toronto's Francois Beauchemin and the five third-period goal comeback against the Pittsburgh Penguins came down to a difference of 11 votes. Though Thomas's save was incredible, it was far from the only Superman-esque save he would make. The incredible third period on November 10, 2010 was one for the history books thanks to Nathan Horton, Zdeno Chara, Shawn Thornton, Blake Wheeler, and Milan Lucic.

 

Any Brickley reflects on the Bruins five-goal comeback against the Pittsburgh Penguins (via NESN)


Gregory Campbell's beautiful 3-on-5 goals ran away with the votes against the line brawl against the Thrashers to no surprise. Though the line-brawl was exciting, the shorthanded goal was just a slap in the face to Canadiens, and who doesn't like watching them squirm?

Gregory Campbell's 3-on-5 goal against the Montreal Canadiens 2/24/11 (via NHLVideo)

 

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