Boston Bruins coach Dave Lewis is feeling so good that he's taking some gambles.
Glen Murray scored a power-play goal 2:06 into overtime to lift the Bruins to their fourth straight victory, a 3-2 win over the visiting Washington Capitals last night.
After Capitals defenseman Bryan Muir was called for tripping in overtime, Lewis decided to put four forwards on the ice.
"Play to win is, I guess, the way to frame it," Lewis said.
Murray gathered a loose puck along the left boards, cut to the slot area, and unloaded a rising wrist shot over goaltender Brent Johnson's right shoulder.
Zdeno Chara and P.J. Axelsson scored for the Bruins, who have won...