Nov 29, 2013, 3:18 PM EST
While the fight didn’t last long and Boyle looked overmatched, it’s still fair to call this one of the biggest tilts of the year — Boyle (6-foot-7, 244 pounds) is listed as the fifth-tallest player player in the league while Chara (6-foot-9, 255) tops the list.
It’s possible the Bruins got a lift from the scrap, as Patrice Bergeron scored just 1:35 into the third period to even the score at two. Brad Marchand opened the game’s scoring at 11:42 of the first period, but New York responded quickly with a pair of tallies from Rick Nash and Ryan McDonagh — scored roughly 90 seconds apart — to take the lead.
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