On a night when it looked like they’d come up empty, the Bruins managed to get not one but two points and a 3-2 shootout victory over the Senators.

After Kaspars Daugavins was thwarted by Tuukka Rask on a flashy a spin-o-rama with the toe of his blade controlling the puck, David Krejci beat Robin Lehner in the fourth round of the shootout for the win at Scotiabank Place.

That completed a comeback from an early two-goal deficit for the B’s.

Despite a brutal start to the game, the Bruins managed to scratch out a couple of goals and go into the third period tied with the Ottawa Senators, 2-2, at Scotiabank Place last night.

The bad news for the Bruins was that they lost Chris Kelly to a leg injury early in the second period.

But before that, and before the B’s could even put a shot on net, the Senators had a 2-0 lead.

The first goal came just 55 seconds into the game. Senators defenseman Sergei Gonchar sent a long pass up the middle of the ice that was too far for Guillaume Latendresse, but Adam McQuaid fumbled with the puck.

Latendresse, who’d been out since January 30 because of whiplash, poked the puck past the B’s defenseman and broke in alone. He went to the backhand and tucked a shot past Rask for the quick 1-0 lead.