Jun 24, 2013, 9:08 PM EST
Going into the 2013 Stanley Cup Final, Boston Bruins center Chris Kelly failed to register a single playoff point. Perhaps he’s been saving his best for last, then?
Kelly scored the 1-0 goal in Game 6 on Monday, giving him three points in this series:
While he’s known more for his complimentary play, the 32-year-old must be relieved to finally find the net. Of course, having Tyler Seguin on his line doesn’t hurt, either.
Paille, Kelly, Seguin have combined for 11 pts in the Final (4 goals, 7 assists). Trio had 9 total pts this playoffs entering the series^CS
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) June 25, 2013
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