Boston Bruins defeat New York Islanders, 6-2

For some reason, two of the pucks that fluttered toward Tim Thomas last Thursday night were shots the sharp-eyed netminder just didn't see quite right.

Naturally, both went in, courtesy of Montreal forward Matt D'Agostini.

"One of them, I think the puck rolled sideways, so it's flat on his stick when he shot it. That makes it harder to read when it's coming off his stick," said Thomas. "The other one, he just made kind of a funny shot. He kind of pushed it instead of...