Watch: Bruins score late game-tying goal on controversial high stick
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Boston Bruins forward Chris Wagner scored the game-tying goal in the waning minutes of regulation during Monday's 6-5 overtime win over the San Jose Sharks. It didn't come without controversy though, as Wagner's stick appeared to make contact with the puck above the crossbar prior to the goal.

Wagner then swatted the puck into the net after batting it down. If he did so before the puck crossed the goal line, the legality of the high-stick would be determined by shoulder height instead of crossbar height. The play was not reviewed.

Boston blue-liner Charlie McAvoy notched the overtime winner to give the Bruins two key points.

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