- Jackets score 4 straight to rally past Penguins
- Blues forward Brenden Morrow to miss first-round series due to injury
- Goalie a question mark after Flyers fall to Rangers in game 3
- Sharks edge Kings in overtime for 3-0 series lead
- Ducks criticize Stars' physical play; Stephane Robidas out with leg injury
- Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook banned 3 games for hit
- Netminder Tuukka Rask shines as Bruins rout Red Wings in Game 2
- Gabriel Landeskog's two goals power Avs past Wild
- Matt Duchene's first round return for Avs ruled out by coach
- Blues edge Blackhawks in OT for 2-0 series lead
- Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville fined $25,000 for gesture
- Canadiens dominate Lightning to take 2-0 series lead
- Injured 'Jackets forward Nick Foligno may return in Game 2
- Shutting down Flyers' Claude Giroux key to Rangers in series
- Jets sign coach Paul Maurice to four-year deal
- Dale Weise's overtime goal lifts Canadiens past Lightning in Game 1
- Panthers win NHL Draft Lottery, edge Sabres
- Coach: Vancouver Canucks core needs youth
- After 15 years, Barry Trotz out as Predators coach
- Eric Staal lifts Hurricanes over Flyers in shootout
Jackets score 4 straight to rally past Penguins
Thu, 24 Apr 2014 10:09:30 +0000
Columbus, OH, United States (4E Sports) - Nick Foligno's overtime goal lifted the Columbus Blue Jackets from a 3-0 deficit to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins, 4-3 Wednesday at Nationwide Arena.
Craig Adams, Chris Kunitz and James Neal all scored in a 5:01 span in the first period to give the Penguins to a 3-0l lead.
Blue Jackets rookie Boone Jenner scored on a 5-on-3 power play at 16:39 of the opening period to cut it to 3-1.
Ryan Johansen then scored on a popwer play in the second period to bring the Blue jakcets within 3-2.
Then Dubinsky received a quick backhanded pass from Johansen, which he netted in with 22.5 seconds left to send the game into overtime.
At 2:49 of the estra period, Nick Foligno carried the puck through the neutral zone and was 12 feet across the blue line when he fired a wrist shot for the winning goal.
Sergei Bobrovsky had 22 saves for the Blue Jackets while Marc-Andre Fleury finished with 42 saves for the Penguins.
The Blue Jackets victory sends the series back to Pittsburgh for Game 5 on Saturday night tied 2-2.