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Jake DeBrusk had a goal and an assist, setting up the game-winner after making a steal in the corner and sending a crossing pass to Krejci in the slot.
The Hurricanes still salvaged a point after entering the night in playoff position at No. 6 in the Eastern Conference standings.
After falling behind 2-0, Boston scored three straight.
Bergeron scored a short-handed goal on a one-timer on a 2-on-1 with Brad Marchand 2:45 into the third, giving Boston its first lead at 3-2.
The lead held until Williams’ slap shot from the point tied it again with 7:43 left.
Aho gave Carolina a 1-0 lead 6:30 into the game when he deflected in a shot by Calvin de Haan. Then Aho got free for a breakaway inside Boston’s blue line and beat Halak 1:10 into the second to put Carolina up 2-0.
Wagner pulled Boston within 2-1 when he poked in his own rebound after tipping a slap shot by Brandon Carlo. DeBrusk scored on another rebound with 1:46 left in the second to tie it at 2-all after Krejci brought the puck in and got a shot off on McElhinney.
The Hurricanes were wearing green uniforms with blue trim, the colors of the Hartford Whalers before the franchise moved to Carolina. … De Haan returned after missing two games with an upper-body injury. … F David Pastrnak (thumb surgery) missed his 10th straight game for Boston.
Hurricanes: Host Winnipeg on Friday night.
Bruins: Host Florida on Thursday night.
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