Kelly: 'Great five guy effort' on game-tying goal

Kelly: 'Great five guy effort' on game-tying goal
June 16, 2013, 1:30 am
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The Bruins' third line was essential in their 2-1 overtime win over the Blackhawks in Game 2.

Chris Kelly scored the game-tying goal in the second period, while linemates Tyler Seguin and Daniel Paille set up and scored the game-winning goal, respectively, in overtime.

"It was a complete five-guy effort," Kelly said of his game-tying goal. "Andrew (Ference) made a pinch, Tyler was in on the play and got it to Daniel, and Daniel got it to the net and I just happened to be there and tap it in."

While the third line had been struggling, the three of them were key in Game 2. Kelly said that anyone can step up on any given night, and Paille was the one who did so in this game.

"I thought both of them (Paille and Seguin) played extremely well," Kelly said. "Their feet were moving the entire night.

Watch Kelly speak to the media after Game 2 in the video.