Oliver Bjorkstrand writes history with the Columbus Blue Jackets after the team beat grundspilsvinderne the Tampa Bay Lightning out of the playoffs in the NHL.
With a win of 7-3 is the Blue Jackets have gone further in the playoffs for the first time ever in club history after four wins in the series.
The Danish højrewing contributed to the målfesten, when he sent the Blue Jackets in front with 4-3 at the end of the second period.
A recording in front of the goal hit the boot of a Lightning defender and the keeper, and laid out perfectly to the right for Bjorkstrand could push it into the goal to great cheers for the home team at Nationwide Arena in Columbus.
Before then were they fallen into.
Alexandre Texier brought the Blue Jackets in front after two minutes, and a minute after, it was 2-0 on goals by Pierre-Luc Dubois.
Steven Stamkos reached to reduce for the Lightning in the first period, but in the second period sent Seth Jones the home team in front by two goals again.
the Tampa Bay Lightning should win for not smoking out of the playoffs.
It began to look like a victory, as the first Cedric Paquette and later, Brayden Point scored and equalized for the away team to 3-3.
Bjorkstrands goal to 4-3 got the Lightning to bet offensively in the third period.
But with under two minutes left it went wrong for the Lightning, since the first Artemi Panarin and later Alexandre Texier and Matt Duchene scored for the final result 7-3.
the Columbus Blue Jackets to win this series in the quarter-finals in the Eastern Conference with 4-0.
the Tampa Bay Lightning were otherwise favorites in the series and had equaled the NHL record for most wins in the base game.
this is The first time ever that the winner of the base game will drop out in the first round of the playoffs.
the Columbus Blue Jackets stand to meet the winner of the showdown between the Toronto Maple Leafs with Frederik Andersen in goal and the Boston Bruins. Toronto leads 2-1 in the series.