Boston Bruins 5, Florida Panthers 3

With Brandon Montour controlled out of Monday's down between the Pumas and host Boston Bruins, Florida ended up making light of a player.

To exacerbate the situation, Aaron Ekblad left the game in the subsequent period and didn't return.

The under-staffed Jaguars couldn't find an exit from the Nursery with a success as the Bruins took a lead in the second and held off an unhinged, late push from the Pumas to take out a 5-3 win

Boston stays unbeaten through three games while the Pumas return home after a 2-1 excursion.

While Montour's physical issue isn't believed to be serious, Ekblad was slow getting off the ice following Boston's second objective at 12:35 of the subsequent period.

Following the game, mentor Paul Maurice affirmed it was a lower-body injury for Ekblad however meticulously described the situation.

DeBrusk left a no-look pass for a charging Patrice Bergeron who beat Bobrovsky as the Bruins recovered the lead.

The Pumas then got a show of dominance with 5:54 excess and in the end pulled Bobrovsky for the six-labor supply play.

Florida made it a one-objective game when Colin White banged in a free puck before the net with 1:35 left