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Saturday 4/21/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



COLUMBUS (47-31-0-8, 102 pts.) at WASHINGTON (51-26-0-9, 111 pts.)
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Saturday, 4/21/2018 3:05 PM
Eastern Conference Quarterfinals - Best of 7 - Game 5 - Series tied at 2-2
Board OpeningLatest
69COLUMBUS+145Ov 5.5,+105+150Ov 5.5,-105
70WASHINGTON-165Un 5.5,-125-170Un 5.5,-115
COLUMBUS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games47-39-0+0.647-39+0.643-423.033.52.831.8
Team Stats (Road Games)21-22-0-1.421-22-1.427-
Last 5 Games2-3-0-0.42-3-0.43-22.829.43.638.6
Playoff Games2-2-0+0.62-2+0.62-
vs. Division16-16-0-2.716-16-2.715-
COLUMBUS Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)86254748479171628778.8%2434317.7%411
Team Stats (Road Games)431333246478413859.6%1161815.5%226
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)514165201479.5%16425.0%24
Team Stats (Playoffs)4121542011610.3%15426.7%21
Team Stats (vs. Division)32972935285710948.9%891719.1%155
Stats Against (All Games) 24464888481527328.9%2345824.8%407
Stats Against (Road Games) 13935475349136710.2%1223730.3%235
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 18845121939.3%25936.0%30
Stats Against (Playoffs) 14544111668.4%20735.0%25
Stats Against (vs. Division) 872526315510088.6%952728.4%147
COLUMBUS - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
SERGEI BOBROVSKY (All Games)69692158198792.1%639-30+2.439-30-0+332-36
SERGEI BOBROVSKY (Road Games)3434107398091.3%119-15+4.219-15-0+319-15
SERGEI BOBROVSKY (vs. Division)303093786191.9%215-15-2.715-15-0-314-15
SERGEI BOBROVSKY (Last 4 Games)4416515292.1%02-2+0.62-2-002-2
SERGEI BOBROVSKY (Playoff Games)4416515292.1%02-2+0.62-2-002-2
JOONAS KORPISALO (All Games)181756450689.7%08-9-1.88-9-0-211-6
JOONAS KORPISALO (Road Games)9928925287.2%02-7-5.62-7-0-68-1
JOONAS KORPISALO (vs. Division)22696391.3%01-101-1-001-1
JOONAS KORPISALO (Last 4 Games)4412010486.7%02-2-0.62-2-0-14-0
JOONAS KORPISALO (Playoff Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games51-35-0+9.851-35+9.848-363.229.62.931.7
Team Stats (Home Games)27-15-0+5.627-15+5.622-193.330.42.630.1
Last 5 Games3-2-0-0.13-2-0.13-23.838.43.028.4
Playoff Games2-2-0-1.22-2-1.22-23.541.53.029.0
vs. Division19-13-0+2.619-13+2.619-123.429.13.132.4
WASHINGTON Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)862738191891220254510.7%2636223.6%461
Team Stats (Home Games)42140434545710127511.0%1423625.4%238
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)519756111929.9%22731.8%33
Team Stats (Playoffs)414544111668.4%20735.0%25
Team Stats (vs. Division)321083634353593111.6%1102623.6%187
Stats Against (All Games) 25171789391327299.2%2845720.1%414
Stats Against (Home Games) 1103037394712658.7%1272922.8%183
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 152652014210.6%16425.0%27
Stats Against (Playoffs) 121542011610.3%15426.7%21
Stats Against (vs. Division) 992433375510389.5%1042322.1%158
WASHINGTON - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
PHILIPP GRUBAUER (All Games)3730100292191.9%115-15-2.415-15-0-213-16
PHILIPP GRUBAUER (Home Games)121233230391.3%06-6-26-6-0-25-7
PHILIPP GRUBAUER (vs. Division)12934231190.9%14-5-2.14-5-0-26-2
PHILIPP GRUBAUER (Last 4 Games)4411510288.7%01-3-3.21-3-0-43-1
PHILIPP GRUBAUER (Playoff Games)22494183.7%00-2-3.20-2-0-42-0
BRADEN HOLTBY (All Games)57561715155890.8%136-20+12.136-20-0+1335-20
BRADEN HOLTBY (Home Games)313092685292.0%021-9+7.621-9-0+817-12
BRADEN HOLTBY (vs. Division)242369262990.9%015-8+4.715-8-0+413-10
BRADEN HOLTBY (Last 4 Games)43938692.5%03-0+33-0-0+31-2
BRADEN HOLTBY (Playoff Games)32676394.0%02-0+22-0-0+20-2
Average power rating of opponents played: COLUMBUS 3.11,  WASHINGTON 3.06
COLUMBUS - Schedule
3/27/2018at EDMONTON7-3W0, -130W5.5 evO
3/29/2018at CALGARY5-1W0, -175W5.5 unO
3/31/2018at VANCOUVER4-5L0, -200L5.5 evO
4/3/2018DETROIT5-4W0, -240W5.5 unO
4/5/2018PITTSBURGH4-5L0, -110L5.5 unO
4/7/2018at NASHVILLE2-4L0, +145L5.5 ovO
4/12/2018at WASHINGTON4-3W0, +130W5.5 unO
4/15/2018at WASHINGTON5-4W0, +145W5.5 unO
4/17/2018WASHINGTON2-3L0, -105L6 evU
4/19/2018WASHINGTON1-4L0, -115L5.5 evU
4/21/2018at WASHINGTON 

3/26/2018at NY RANGERS4-2W0, -170W6 ovP
3/28/2018NY RANGERS3-2W0, -230W6 unU
3/30/2018CAROLINA1-4L0, -205L6 unU
4/1/2018at PITTSBURGH3-1W0, +105W6 ovU
4/2/2018at ST LOUIS4-2W0, +160W5.5 evO
4/5/2018NASHVILLE3-4L0, -110L5.5 ovO
4/7/2018NEW JERSEY5-3W0, -185W5.5 ovO
4/12/2018COLUMBUS3-4L0, -150L5.5 unO
4/15/2018COLUMBUS4-5L0, -165L5.5 unO
4/17/2018at COLUMBUS3-2W0, -115W6 evU
4/19/2018at COLUMBUS4-1W0, -105W5.5 evU
4/23/2018at COLUMBUS 
COLUMBUS: Key additions: F Artemi Panarin (trade with Blackhawks), F Jordan Schroeder (trade with Wild), F Tyler Motte (trade with Blackhawks),
Key Losses: F Brandon Saad (trade with Blackhawks), F Sam Gagner (Canucks), D Kyle Quincey (Wild), F Scott Hartnell (Predators), F William Karlsson (Golden Knights)
OUTLOOK: Another 108-point season seems a little too lofty a goal here, but then again, Artemi Panarin is as splashy an offensive addition as they come. They might not be Cup ready, but they're certainly feisty postseason material.
WASHINGTON: Key additions: F Devante Smith-Pelly (Devils)
Key Losses: F Marcus Johansson (trade with Devils), D Kevin Shattenkirk (Rangers), D Karl Alzner (Canadiens), F Justin Williams (Hurricanes), D Nate Schmidt (Golden Knights)
OUTLOOK: Their "all-in" 2016-17 left them in an unenviable place this offseason, and they didn't come out of it undamaged. There are still some big faces around, but might they be dealt sooner rather than later? Disappointment incoming.
Blue Jackets, Capitals look to take series lead

WASHINGTON -- The best-of-seven is now a best-of-three.

The Columbus Blue Jackets, unable to capitalize on the prosperity of winning the first two games on the road, travel to Washington for Saturday's Game 5 matinee against the resurgent Capitals with the series tied -- just as Alex Ovechkin predicted.

"Obviously, the next game is a real pivotal game," Capitals coach Barry Trotz told NHL.com. "Someone's going to take the lead in this series, and then your back's against the wall. So we've got to make sure we're ready to go. But I think we have been since we got here, and we've just got to do it at home."

Washington evened the series Thursday night with a 4-1 win in the first series game that did not require overtime, and regained the home ice "advantage."

"Maybe it gives us a little kick in the rear to know that we have a real good opportunity in front of us to go back there," Blue Jackets captain Nick Foligno told NHL.com. "Home ice hasn't been too nice to each team. We'll try to get one back."

Ovechkin, who predicted Washington would tie the series with two wins in Columbus, scored his third goal of the playoffs Thursday night. Tom Wilson made it 1-0, T.J. Oshie joined Ovechkin with a second-period score and Evgeny Kuznetsov's empty-netter sealed it.

Holtby -- looking much more like the former Vezina Trophy winner than the goalie who stumbled through February and March -- stopped 23 of 24 shots and evened his career playoff record at 31-31.

Washington has scored first in each of the four games, and on Thursday the Blue Jackets were never able to tie it as in the previous three.

"They're a good forechecking team so obviously you've got to be good on their breakouts and get back, and help out in the (defensive) zone first," Capitals center Nicklas Backstrom told the team's website. "That was huge on our side."

One reason for the comeback has been special teams. In the last two games, Washington is 2 of 7 on the power play and Columbus is 0 of 7.

Columbus, seeking the first playoff series win in franchise history, didn't have long to dwell on Thursday night's performance. Though it could be argued they have been outplayed to some extent in each game, Thursday was a washout.

"For some reason, you could see it from the first shift right into our early power play," Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella told NHL.com. "We looked nervous right on through. I don't know why. It was just a struggle. That's called a good old-fashioned laying an egg right on throughout the lineup. It was unexpected. It happened."

Boone Jenner got Columbus within 3-1 at 6:22 of the third period and Sergei Bobrovsky made 29 saves.

The Blue Jackets have never allowed fewer than three goals in their 19 Stanley Cup Playoff games, and Holtby has allowed two goals or fewer in 41 of 62 playoff games.

Foligno said Columbus needs to put more shots on Holtby and get more traffic in front of him.

"I don't think we've tested him enough," Foligno told The Columbus Disptach. "Really, I just don't feel like we've shot enough pucks and made it hard on him. The saves he's made, he's gotten lucky on a couple that just hit him. You start peppering him and over time you're going to break him down."

Washington forward Andre Burakovsky, who suffered an upper-body injury in Game 2, will miss the rest of the series. He scored 25 points (12 goals, 13 assists) during the regular season.

Last Updated: 1/21/2019 8:01:58 PM EST

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