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Paille beat Bishop with a backhander between his legs before Soderberg had a breakaway goal.

“Even though we fell behind 2-0, it was just small mistakes that ended up in the back of our net, but we seemed to find our rhythm after that,” Julien said.

Lightning star Steven Stamkos played in his second game since returning from a broken right shin, which occurred in a game at Boston on Nov. 11. The center, who has no points through the two games, lost out on a breakaway chance in overtime when time ran out as he approached the Boston zone.

“I saw it coming, and I’m looking at the clock,” Cooper said. “It’s just one of those things.”

Stamkos played 21:46, had one shot and finished minus-2.

NOTES: The Bruins are 6-0-3 in their last nine road games, which is the longest point stretch since a nine-game run in 2010-11. … Boston RW Jarome Iginla played in his 1,295th NHL game, moving him past Pierre Turgeon into sole possession of 56th place on the career list. … Chicago senior adviser Scotty Bowman has resumed scouting games after having right knee replacement surgery on Jan. 24. The 13-time Stanley Cup winner is a regular at Lightning home games. … Tampa Bay RW Ryan Callahan, acquired from the New York Rangers on Wednesday for Martin St. Louis, assisted on Barberio’s goal for his first point with the Lightning.