OTTAWA, Ontario — The Ottawa Senators left the Boston Bruins behind with a big third period.
Chris Wideman and Kyle Turris scored in the third to help the Senators beat the Bruins 3-1 on Thursday night.
Mark Stone tied it in the second period, and Craig Anderson made 19 saves.
“We’re becoming a more resilient group, a more veteran group where we don’t play to the scoreboard, we just play our way, the way we’re supposed to whether we’re up a goal or down a goal,” Anderson said. “I think we’ve grown here since the start of the year.”
The Senators were coming off a 4-3 victory at NHL-leading Montreal on Tuesday night. Before producing seven goals in their last six periods, the…