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The Night That Was: Two Be or Not Two Be

Columbus stuns Pittsburgh, Dallas rallies against Anaheim, Chicago almost blows it against St. Louis

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Columbus Blue Jackets 4 Pittsburgh Penguins 3 (OT). PIT jumped out to a 3-0 lead but Marc-Andre Fleury is attempting to write the greatest tragedy of all; Fleury and the Playoffs. If he succeeds he could end up costing Dan Bylsma his job and leave a team in disarray if he doesn't figure himself out. In more positive news, I predicted Nick Foligno would score the winner in OT. Series is tied 2-2.

Dallas Stars 4 Anaheim Ducks 2. ANA jumped out to a 2-0 lead that evaporated slowly. ANA was without the services of Ryan Getzlaf who is back in SoCal getting treatment on an upper body injury. Stars should receive help on their blue line as Brendan Dillon is close to returning. Other than that, we can now contemplate who starts in goal for the Ducks. Series is tied 2-2.

Chicago Blackhawks 4 St. Louis Blues 3 (OT). Another game, another blown lead. This time CHI blew a 2-0 lead in the dying seconds of the second and then conceded the third goal before Bryan Bickell saved them by tying the game. Bryan Bickell may be a playoff hero. A Patrick Kane overtime winner won the game for CHI. Series is tied 2-2.


Garret introduces the season review!

James Mirtle charts Calder votes and questions the wisdom of few defensemen being recognized.

Jimmy Fallon does his own NHL awards and the results are pretty funny.

Ryan Lambert does a justice to Ron MacLean's inane comments about French referees calling games in Montreal.

Tuukka Rask almost gets hit by an octopus.