The Danish NHL-player Oliver Bjorkstrand will play in the playoffs for the Stanley Cup.
It is clear, after the 23-year-old højrewings team, the Columbus Blue Jackets, on the night of Saturday won 3-2 after penalty over the New York Rangers.
the Blue Jackets have two points down to the Montreal Canadiens in the wild card standings in the Eastern Conference with a battle back in the base game.
At equal scores determined the rankings for which team has the most wins in normal and extended playing time throughout the season.
Here leads the Blue Jackets with 44 against the Canadiens' 41 victories.
Before the match had Oliver Bjorkstrand scored in six matches in a row. The dane was not on the board, and thus ended the impressive målstime.
instead, u.s.-Ryan Dzingel and Russian Artemi Panarin for the Blue Jackets' goals.
the Blue Jackets were behind right up until the third period after Chris Kreiders scoring for Rangers in the second period.
After two goals by the Blue Jackets in the third period thought Bjorkstrands team shortly before the time that it had the victory and thus slutspilspladsen in the hollow of his hand.
But seven seconds before the time equalized Rangers' Pavel Butsjnevitsj to 2-2, to the great chagrin of Bjorkstrand and co.
In straffeslaget put the New York Rangers.
After two rescues from the Blue Jackets' goalie Sergei Bobrovsky and a single from the Rangers' Alexandar Georgiev, scored Bjorkstrands teammate Panarin again and decided the match.
in addition to Bjorkstrand, the Danish NHL-goalie Frederik Andersen, who is in Washington, the Maple Leafs, the Washington Capitals' Lars and Nikolaj Ehlers of the Winnipeg Jets ready for the playoffs.
the Columbus Blue Jackets are right now to meet the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round of the playoffs.
however, It may change in the final round of the base game.
the Florida team has dominated the Eastern Conference and are the team in the whole NHL with the most points in the base game.
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