Three penalties, with two power plays going to Boston. But no score after one period. Cut down the penalties guys, but no harm no foul.
0-0 after one and a perfect example why we need to always look at more than shot totals…— Alison (@AlisonL) May 5, 2019
Shots: 9 (BOS) - 8 (#CBJ)
Attempts: 13 (BOS) - 10 (CBJ)
But oh my where those shots are coming from…Jackets have work to do. pic.twitter.com/sTWy6dBS4n
Boston started the scoring first, David Krejci trickling one past Sergei Bobrovsky just 1:39 into the second period.
#CBJ trail 1-0 after two. Found some offensive footing in middle frame, still need to push for dangerous looks if they really want to test Rask.— Alison (@AlisonL) May 5, 2019
Jackets at 5v5 with:
52.78% of attempts
54.55% of scoring chances
25% (1) of high-danger attempts
49% of expected goals
Shot maps: pic.twitter.com/UkxHgDPujz
Brad Marchand scores. Boo.
Seth Jones got the Blue Jackets on the board, after an initial no goal call on the ice, but video review reversed the ruling. However, Boston responded on a 2-on-1 that resulted in the Bruins regaining the two-goal lead.
And then literal all scoring hell broke loose. A work in GIFs to tell the tale.
But Boston found the game-winner with 1:28 to go off the stick of David Pastrnak.
Boston caps off a wild one 4-3. Full recap in the a.m. We’ll see you Monday for Game 6.