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 BOSTON -- Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien decided it was time to load up with offence. NMD Sale . It worked. David Krejci scored 1:28 into overtime to lift the surging Bruins to a 3-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday. Coming off a tough shootout loss to St. Louis on Thursday, Julien chose to play his top line together. Skating with his usual linemates and only one defenceman, Krejci scored into an empty net after Jarome Iginla broke in alone, forcing goaltender Cam Ward to come way out to try and cut down an angle. Iginla then dropped a pass to Krejci, who fired a wrister over a sprawling Ward for the winner. "We havent had much luck lately in shootouts," Julien said. "I just thought it was important to get a line out there and give us a better chance. It paid off." Reilly Smith and Zdeno Chara also scored for Eastern Conference-leading Boston, which beat the Hurricanes for the second time this week and improved to 7-1-2 in its last 10 games. Iginla knew Krejci had an opening and kept waiting for him to shoot. "I was thinking, Put it in. Put it in," he said. "He showed great patience." Krejci credited Iginla for setting him up so well. "I kind of had an easy job to do," he said. "I just had to put it into a top open net." Bruins backup goaltender Chad Johnson, playing just his fourth game of the season, made 22 saves in place of resting Tuukka Rask. Patrick Dwyer scored a short-handed goal and Andrej Sekera had one on the power play for the Hurricanes, who lost their fourth straight. Ward stopped 35 shots. The Bruins had a 38-24 shot advantage. They won 4-1 in Carolina on Monday night. The Hurricanes felt like they were a bit lucky to get the game to OT after being outplayed for two periods. "We were happy with the way we played in the third, but its a 60 minute game," Dwyer said. "When you get behind on a team like that, its a tough team to get your way back into the game against. We thought we were there and they won it in overtime." Ward didnt feel like Carolina played well enough to earn a victory. "Youve got to be at your best when youre playing a team like that." he said. With the Hurricanes trailing 2-1 and skating short-handed after a bench minor for too many men on the ice, Dwyer collected a loose puck near centre ice, broke in alone and slipped a backhander by Johnsons blocker, tying it with 8:50 to play. Boston, which dominated play for lengthy stretches in the second period, moved ahead 2-1 on Smiths goal at 13:31. Smith collected the rebound in front after Carolina defenceman Tim Gleason blocked Carl Soderbergs shot, he shifted to his backhand and slipped a shot into the net past Wards glove. The Hurricanes were held without a shot on goal for nearly the opening 12 minutes of the second. Eric Staal finally ended the drought when he fired a shot from the left circle that Johnson stopped with a right-pad save. The Bruins outshot Carolina 12-4 in the second and owned a 26-10 edge through two periods. Charas power-play goal had tied the game 1-1 late in the opening period. With the Hurricanes Manny Malhotra in the box with a double minor for high sticking, Chara collected the rebound of Milan Lucics shot in front and slipped a shot into a wide-open right side of the net. Carolina grabbed a 1-0 lead on Sekeras power-play goal just under 6 minutes into the game. Only a few minutes after Sekera had to be helped off favouring his right leg after blocking a shot, the defenceman sent a shot from the middle of the blue line. Johnson was screened and the puck slipped past him inside the left post. "I just didnt see it," Johnson said. "I just didnt move my head quick enough." NOTES: Carolina winger Jeff Skinner played his second straight game after missing his previous 11 with an upper body injury. It was the 200th game of his career. ... Hurricanes D Jay Harrison missed his third straight with an illness. .. It was the second of three meetings between the teams. ... The Bruins host Pittsburgh in its next game on Monday, the Penguins first visit to Boston since being swept in last springs Eastern Conference finals. ... Carolina is at home against Ottawa Sunday. ... Rask, who entered the day leading the NHL in save percentage (.945), had played the previous four games. NMD On Sale .C. -- Kurt Busch put his chances at "70 per cent" at running the Indianapolis 500 this year because of recent developments that have pushed a potential program along. NMD Replica . The Brazilian driver had the second-best time in last months tests at Jerez and said the "good start" could play to his advantage when the season gets underway in Australia in March.Sergio Garcia is tied for the lead after the opening day of the AT&T Byron Nelson tournament in Dallas, thanks to a seven-under par 63 on Thursday. Pre-tournament favourite Jordan Spieth is one stroke adrift following a 64 that yielded seven birdies and a solitary bogey, as well as equal halves of 32. Highlights from the opening round of the AT&T Byron Nelson from Irvin Texas Garcia, the 2004 champion who has not triumphed on the PGA Tour for almost four years but finished second at the Honda Classic earlier this season, looks in great form to contend in Texas this weekend. Rain delayed the Spaniards round at TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving and he was quiet early on, starting at the 10th hole and reaching the turn at one-under after a birdie three at the 15th.However, he was sensational on the front nine, which he covered in just 29 shots, kicked off by a birdie two at the second following a superb tee shot, which landed close to the pin.Further birdies followed on the fourth and sixth before the 36-year-old rolled in an eagle putt of almost 60-feet at the sseventh. NMD Cheap. Another birdie at the eighth meant Garcia had picked up five shots in as many holes to climb to the top of the leaderboard.He is competing in his 301st PGA Tour event and he admitted it took time to find his touch: I had a couple of really nice saves and then really got going on the second nine, making a couple of bombs that really helped.One of these bombs arrived at the 17th where he holed from 20 feet to save par: That kept me at one under and then kind of caught fire on the other nine..New Zealander Danny Lee and American Johnson Wagner are also tied with Garcia. Lees bogey-free round included a run of five birdies in six holes around the turn while Wagner, starting on the 10th tee,  played his opening nine holes in 31. Jordan Spieth misses a putt on the third green at the AT&T Byron Nelson The highlight of Spieths round came at the opening par-four hole where he missed the green with his approach but chipped in for birdie.Spieth made his PGA Tour debut at this course in 2010, when still only 16, and the world No 2 admitted: Holing the chip, I really saved a stroke-and-a-half on that shot.Took advantage of the easier holes and made a couple of mid-range putts.Lost a little control with my iron play on some pretty easy shots that I will look to improve on but other than that Im pretty pleased.Spieth completed his round in semi-darkness which left 30 players on the course unable to complete 18 holes. Dustin Johnson is also tied-fourth along with Spieth.Watch coverage of day two of the AT&T Byron Nelson on Sky Sports Xtra and Sky Sports for iPad from 1pm on Friday, and from 9pm on Sky Sports 4 HD. Also See: Byron Nelson: Ways to watch PGA Tour Schedule World Rankings Golf live on Sky Sports 4 ' ' ' 
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