Bruins Fall on Last-Minute Goal in Arizona

Tempe, Ariz. - Nick Foligno tied the game late in the third period, but the Bruins fell to the Arizona Coyotes, 4-3, on

Friday night at Mullet Arena when Lawson Crouse scored the winner with only 14 seconds remaining in a controversial play.

Admittedly, the Black and Gold should have whistled for the icing. As the puck headed toward the Bruins' net,

it came off the side of the cage, leading the linesman to wave an icing call.

Arizona's Mattias McSally tracked down the loose puck and found Krause to the right of Jeremy Swayman,

where the Coyotes winger hit a one-timer home for the lead. After trailing 1–0 just 23 seconds into the game, David Pasternak scored.

A power play 4:29 later to even things up, before Charlie Coyle scored to give the Bruins a 2–1 lead at 7:48 of the second.

Crouse then scored the first of his two goals at 2:52, once again, setting the stage for the Coyotes to take a 3–2 lead on a goal by Nick Schmaltz 53 seconds into the third.

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