Bruins Debut for Marty Turco

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March 11, 2012; Pittsburgh,PA, USA: Boston Bruins goalie Marty Turco (1) and defender Joe Corvo (14) and right wing David Krejci (46) defend the net against Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Craig Adams (27) and left wing Matt Cooke (24) during the third period at the CONSOL Energy Center. The Pens won 5-2. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USPRESSWIRE

 

The last time the 11-year veteran Marty Turco played a game in the NHL it was also a relief appearance on March 17, 2010 when he played with Chicago.
Turco stepped in for  Tim Thomas against Pittsburgh Sunday night, when the Bruins were down 3-0 in the second period.
Despite coming in with his team not yet on the board, Turco was ready to step up for his team , do his part, and put them in a position to win.

Reestablishing confidence was part of the reason Bruins Head Coach Claude Julien put Turco in, and he also said he felt it was the right time to give him a chance to play.

“When you’re down by three goals against Pittsburgh, kind of gives a guy an opportunity and

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