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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus Blue Jackets, by all indicators, won the term of trade of the NHL with a flurry of loud acquisitions.
The Pittsburgh Penguin player did not trade
Jared McCann, bought from Florida in the beginning of the month, scored a couple of goals to bring the Penguins to a 5-2 victory on the All-Ukrainian arena.
A point in front of Columbus in the race for the third and last guaranteed playoffs in the capital's division. Teams will meet twice as much as the next 11 days.
With the penguins holding the narrow 3-2 leader at the end of the third period, McCann shot down the puck on a neutral ice, slipped the left wing and beat the goalie Sergey
Sidney Crosby added an empty lacquer from 4.9 seconds to go.
Penguins continued to suffer greatly from injuries.
Brian Rust went into the first period when his left foot was awkwardly caught in Adam McCoyade's Columbus hit board. Chad Reevedel left when Nick Foligno hit the net in the second period
After 3-0 in a few minutes before the second period, the penguins set themselves in a bad position, carrying out three consecutive offensive ̵
Blue jackets would go on all three if they finished the three without any games at the beginning of the third period. Instead, they scored for two.
First, Oliver Bjorkstran scored a penalty delay of about ninety minutes, taking a step toward defending penguins and knocking out Matt Matthew Murray's goalkeeper high on the gloves side.
In about two minutes, Columbus, Artemis Panarin, left Columbus, blocked by Justin Schultz, returned directly to Kam Etkinson in the right lap to shoot at the next fast to make him 3: 2.
 Blue jackets were active during the trading period, adding a crash center to Mats Dushene, a sniper wing Ryan Dingel, a physical defender Adam McQuaid and a penguin-killing of backup goalkeeper Keith Kinkaiad in the last few days
Penguins, meanwhile, added a defender to Eric's homeland Gudbronson and in the last term, largely as a reaction to their two defenders, Chris Letang and Bryan Dumolin, who were injured on the same day during Saturday's open-air play.
None of this had any meaning after the puck fell, as the penguins stepped into the scene with a score of 2: 0
The old enemy Blue Jacket, Jake Gunzel, scored the first. along the left boards and hit Gunzel in the nest when he arrived late in the offensive. Gunzel's shot beat the side of Bobrovsky's gloves. It was his 12th goal in 14 card games against Columbus, including the playoffs.
Penguins ran their preference to 2-0 at the McCann goal at the end of the period.
McCann retreated to a high slot, using defender David Savar.
Meanwhile, blue jackets had the purpose of abandoning.
At the end of crossing in the front, Matt Murray fell to the ice trying to protect Nick. Foligno
A review of the video showed that Murray had cut off the skates with Buon Jenner in the fold, and the goal was forbidden.
-0 at the deflected far-off strike by Eugene Malkin at the beginning of the second period. Phil Kessel began the show, forcing Scott Harrington to turn to the forefront.
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