Carolina Hurricanes Goalie Curtis McElhinney (35) and Carolina Hurricanes Goalie Petr Mrazek (34) celebrate after the Carolina Hurricanes clinch their first playoff birth since 2009 during a game between the New Jersey Devils and the Carolina Hurricanes at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC on April 4, 2019. The seven-game series already has a rivalry off of it, between media members of the Bruins and Hurricanes.
San Jose host the decisive game seven on Wednesday. The Bruins played from behind that entire series, falling behind 1-0, 2-1 and 3-2. That win came without one of their best defenseman, Charlie McAvoy, who was serving a one-game suspension for a hit he threw in Game 6 against the Blue Jackets.
Columbus hit the crossbar three times: Pierre-Luc Dubois in the first period, and Dean Kukan and Josh Anderson in the second.
Take two early power plays that led to two crucial goals, a tying one from Marcus Johansson and a go-ahead one from Patrice Bergeron, and see a game-winning combination that set the stage for two more Bruins' goals, an empty-netter from Charlie Coyle at 17:47 and an even-strength capper from Chris Wagner 11 seconds later.
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Boston coach Bruce Cassidy told reporters of Rask: "You need your goalie to deliver, and I think that's stating the obvious, but he did".
"We were fortunate to only be down one goal, and then when you get those chances on the power play, you've got to make them pay", said Tuukka Rask, who stopped 29 shots. "It's amusing when that happens because you know you got the better of them at that point". "You're not sitting there nursing it by any means, but I wasn't anxious about Tuukka. I felt 120 percent today, to be honest". He also drew the boarding penalty on Staal in the third period that led to Boston's first power-play goal and got the B's off and running for the rest of the period in their comeback win.
The Bruins doubled the advantage at 8:58 of the third period, as Johansson weaved toward the middle of the ice before wristing a shot that handcuffed Bobrovsky. The Bruins forward got into the slot on the rush and shot it, with the puck hitting Bobrovksy's pad and trickling across the line.
"We just have to remember how tough it is in the playoffs", Columbus forward Cam Atkinson said. Bruins defenseman Steven Kampfer slotted in for McAvoy and scored his first career playoff goal to open the series less than three minutes into the game.