Columbus Blue Jackets goalie Sergei Bobrovsky (72) makes a save against Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand (63) in the second period during game three of the second round of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Nationwide Arena.
There's still time for Marchand to find the trouble that has plagued him in the series so far.
They formed one of the most unsafe lines in hockey during the regular season but have only been part-time partners in these playoffs - with Bergeron having played 66:52 with Danton Heinen at even strength, compared to 58:54 with Pastrnak.
Commissioner Gary Bettman even offered up comment on that incident during an appearance in Ottawa on Wednesday, saying Marchand "should look forward to a suspension" if he's caught doing something similar again.
"We battle hard throughout the two minutes we were out there but I think overall, when we have the opportunity to clear the puck, that's our opportunity to get off the ice, too", Brandon Carlo said. The Blue Jackets swept the Presidents' Trophy-winning Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round by similarly shutting down Nikita Kucherov and Steven Stamkos. Duchene was rewarded with his fifth goal of the playoffs toward the end of a relentless power play for Columbus, which is 3-for-11 with the man advantage in the series.
As you can see here, the Blue Jackets are down low on a Bruins power play, not allowing a bumper to skate in and move the puck through the area.
"There's a little more pressure, you don't have as much time to work your way out of it, so there's a little bit of that going on, I assume, with our group".
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Getting to Bobrovsky is a simple game plan, but one the Bruins need to execute better.
DeBrusk's goal was his first point in the series and just his second goal of the playoffs. Because of that, they were right to let the goal stand and not review it.
Over/under: The total for Game 4 has finally dropped a half goal after the first three outings finished below the projected totals of 5.5.
"Our game plan continues to be to get pucks there, traffic, second chances, be better on the power play".
"They're tight games. Five on five, it's tight".
"I'm not giving you my thoughts".