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Anders Lee celebrates his first-period goal against Winnipeg's

Anders Lee celebrates his first-period goal against Winnipeg's Ondrej Pavelec with teammates Matt Martin #17 and Casey Cizikas #53 at Nassau Coliseum. It was Lee's first-career goal and came on the first shot of his career. (April 2, 2013) Credit: Jim McIsaac

BOSTON -- Rookie Anders Lee was a healthy scratch for the second straight game and third time in the five games since he joined the team on April 1.

Capuano has been wary of dropping the 22-year-old into tough situations against speedy opponents. Lee was on the ice for all four goals against in the two games he played, though he did score a goal in his NHL debut.

Lee joined Marty Reasoner, Eric Boulton and Radek Martinek as scratches.
 

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