Bruins Goalie Linus Ullmark Makes History With First Boston Goalie Goal

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — The Boston Bruins made history Saturday night in the final minute of the game.

Bruins goalie, Linus Ullmark, became the first goalie in Bruins history to score a goal — leading the team to victory against the Vancouver Canucks. Ullmark launched the puck across the full length of the ice straight into the goal with less than a minute on the clock. The Vancouver Canucks had pulled their goalie, leaving them with an empty net.

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Ullmark is the 13th goalie in National Hockey League history to score a goal for his team.

Ullmark led the Bruins to win the game, 3 to 1, for the sixth straight win. He also got his 30th win of the season at the historic game.

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