Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule: Blue Jackets, Avalanche looking to continue Cinderella stories

Charlie Coyle leads Boston with five goals, Brad Marchand has five assists and David Pastrnak has 37 shots on goal. The under is 7-3 in Bruins last 10 overall. The Blue Jackets went 2-2 against the total in Round 1 and the Bruins were 3-4. "I think we did a good job of that at times, but we just didn't find the loose pucks", Cassidy said after practice on Wednesday. With the Blue Jackets being a team that likes to pack it in and make you beat them with shots from the outside, the Bruins once deadly power play has become a weakness.

Boston Bruins at Columbus Blue Jackets: By the Numbers The first three games of the series have played to the UNDER. The Blue Jackets won the previous matchup 3-2 in overtime. Columbus goalie Sergei Bobrovsky had just temporarily staved off the Bruins' attack, freezing the puck for a faceoff.

"The secondary saves that he's making are very impressive, but he's going to crack at some point", Carlo told reporters. And CBJ Is up 2-1 On them I am Not Surprised anymore by the Blue Jackets Because they Are now one Of the Favorites to Win the Stanley Cup and If Columbus Plays Like they are Now I would Not Be Surprised if we See CBJ In the NHL East Finals and Possibly the Stanley Cup Finals. We've had some great opportunities today throughout all three periods to put pucks behind him.

And early on in Game 4, the focus shifted to Marchand once more when he tripped Boone Jenner on a breakaway while hustling back to cover for an early miscue from the Bruins on a power-play try.

Bobrovsky holds a.936 save percentage in the postseason, leading Rask by.009. I don't need to give you thoughts.

Later in the power play, the Bruins showed Rask some thanks for the stop. Bergeron picked up his second goal off a rebound with 2 1/2 minutes left in the game. "It's only a matter of time before these guys score goals".

Marchand isn't likely to get much benefit of the doubt at this stage - not from referees Chris Rooney and Gord Dwyer in Game 4, and not from the NHL's department of player safety should he cross the line in more egregious fashion than he did with the Harrington jab.

That forced him to step in front of reporters between games in this second-round series and face another round of loaded questions about his ability to straddle the line between agitator and aggravator.

"I don't feel I am in as much, you know, as many battles or anything like that this year".