BOSTON -- Following a double minor on Devils forward Miles Wood for cross checking and interference in the second period Tuesday, referees told Wood and coach John Hynes the call was a mistake. Wood should have gone to the box for one penalty, not two. Instead, Wood went for four minutes, and after a Marcus Johansson penalty for tripping, the Bruins scored a game-tying 5-on-3 goal that helped fuel their 3-2 win at TD Garden. \"It's a fast game. They make mistakes. We make mistakes. Coaches make mistakes,\" Wood said. \"It's just the way it is, and unfortunately it cost us a goal.\" Wood went after Bruins defenseman Kevan Miller after a hit from behind sent Devils rookie Nico Hischier into the boards. Wood was assessed the two penalties. Following a lengthy delay after the 5-on-3 goal for a scoreboard malfunction, where the penalty times were counting up instead of down, Hynes said the referees gave the Devils the explanation. \"At the delay, it was trying to figure out the times and what was accurate and what wasn't accurate,\" Hynes said. \"The discussion was that, and then later the refs talked to Miles and then myself and said they made a mistake.\" If Wood was assessed just one penalty and Johansson still went to the box at the same time, the Bruins would still have had a 5-on-3 when Patrice Bergeron scored his tying goal. The Devils did kill the rest of the Bruins' power play, which included another 70 seconds of 5-on-3. on 50 seconds of 5-on-4 before Wood emerged. Still, once the Bruins tied the game, they never let the Devils reclaim the lead. \"It took some time to sort it out. I don't think we gave them a whole lot,\" Devils forward Kyle Palmieri told NJ Advance Media. \"A couple scoring chances ended up in the back of the net. And if you give a pretty lethal power play that kind of chance, chances are they're going to come through.\"