Oliver Bjorkstrand send the Columbus Blue Jackets close to the playoffs in the NHL, after the 23-year-old herningenser with his two goals scored for the third match in a row.
With the objectives to 2-2 in the second period and 5-2 in the third period, Bjorkstrand Blue Jackets in time, and the team ended up winning the whole 6-2 over the Montreal Canadiens.
With the victory climbs the Columbus Blue Jackets up on a shared second place with just the Montreal Canadiens in the wild card standings in the Eastern Conference.
The two best teams proceed to the playoffs, the Stanley Cup. Columbus, missing just five games in the base game.
the Blue Jackets were otherwise behind twice in the match. Canadiens came in front after a minute of the first period when fullback Brett Kulak put the puck in the net.
the Lead held until the second period, where canadian David Savard equalized to 1-1 after barely two minutes.
the Canadiens another back Jeff Petry sent the Montreal team in front again, until the first Bjorkstrand and later Finnish Artemi Panarin had scored for 2-2 and 3-2.
In the third period it went totally wrong for the Canadiens, as first Riley Nash and, later, Bjorkstrand and Brandon Dubinsky scored for the Blue Jackets.
Bjorkstrands second goal came on a counterattack, where he easily could put the puck in the goal on the assist from Dean Kukan.
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