The Pittsburgh Penguins had the inexperienced Columbus Blue Jackets against the ropes with a 3-1 lead in Game 2 on Saturday. Now Pittsburgh is left looking for answers after Columbus rallied from behind to earn a 4-3 double-overtime victory
Last night, Matt Calvert scored his first two career playoff goals, including the winner at 1:10 of double-overtime, to help the Blue Jackets pick up their first-ever playoff win and even their series against the Penguins. According to the
If the Columbus Blue Jackets were supposed to go into the playoffs and be scared of the Pittsburgh Penguins
Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Anders Lindback, Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson and Columbus.
Per the NHL Public Relations Department here are your potential clinching scenarios: Boston Bruins: The B’s can clinch the President’s Trophy if they defeat the Sabers or get at least one point. If they only get one point
With Victor Hedman out of the game, Eric Brewer stepped up big and not only did he play big minutes he decided to score two goals. Here’s what he had to say:
Cedric Paquette was called up to the Tampa Bay Lightning and got an assist in his first career NHL game. What did he think about it?
The Tampa Bay Lightning knew what the stakes were going into this game and played to the level coach Jon Cooper got that. The Bolts were able to survive injuries to Valterri Filppula (day-to-day) Teddy Purcell (flulike symptoms)
The Tampa Bay Lightning won't have to deal with Columbus Blue Jackets forward Nathan Horton
Some compelling storylines tonight in Philadelphia as two young goalies will face their former teams — ex-Flyer Sergei Bobrovsky gets the start for Columbus, while ex-Jacket Steve Mason goes for Philly