The Columbus Blue Jackets hit the ice Saturday night looking to even their second round series with the Boston Bruins. Columbus started slow in game one, but let a third period lead slip away as they fell in overtime.
Saturday, the Jackets juggled the lineup ahead of their game as Torts made an ... interesting lineup decision, swapping out Ryan Dzingel for Alexander Wennberg. No other changes were made.
Here’s what happened.
A heavy hitting start to the game Boston opened the scoring with a power play goal from Matt Grzelcyk after Josh Anderson was boxed for interference.
Artemi Panarin equalized on a Brad Marchand cross checking penalty. Seconds later, Charlie Coyle scored as he threw a puck at the net that caromed in off the back of Dean Kukan’s leg.
Panarin is magical, tie game.
a battle led to this
To overtime we go … for a second straight game in this series.— Aaron Portzline (@Aportzline) April 28, 2019
2-2 after 60
uh, this is stressful
The teams traded chances in the first OT, but neither team won it.
In double OT, Dutchy won it on the power play with assists from Cam and Bread.
Columbus Blue 3 Jackets Boston Bruins 2 (2OT)
Who cares. A win is a win.