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Detroit at Columbus - Game 3
A sellout Columbus crowd was on hand for the franchise's first playoff game, but Detroit quickly reminded everyone why they were already up two games to none. Tomas Holmstrom intercepted a pass near center ice, skated down the left wing and fired a 50-foot shot that goalie Steve Mason deflected.
The puck careened to Marian Hossa, who gained control and backhanded a high shot past Mason, off the crossbar, and along the goal line. Holmstrom was right there to jam home the rebound at only 1:07 into the contest, quieting a raucous crowd watching their first home playoff game.
FINAL SCORE: Red Wings 4, Blue Jackets 1
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia - Game 4
Philadelphia was awarded their seventh power-play opportunity on a Mark Eaton tripping minor, and again sent their 6th ranked power-play during the regular season to bombard the Pittsburgh net- only Fleury stuffed every Philly attempt over and over.
Despite having the extra man once more before the final whistle, Fleury continued to shut out the Flyers and shine as the Pens' best penalty-killer -- as every goalie should be -- making 45 saves to grab a 3-1 series lead.
FINAL SCORE: Penguins 2, Flyers 1
Devils at Hurricanes - Game 4
But the Canes made a last-ditch effort to steal the game, as Denis Seidenberg fired a desperation shot from the point just before the final horn. Jussi Jokinen got in front of the net to deflect the puck past Martin Brodeur, and it crossed the goal line with just 00.2 seconds remaining in regulation, giving Carolina a stunning win to even its Eastern Conference Quarterfinal with New Jersey at two games apiece.
FINAL SCORE: Hurricanes 4, Devils 3
Canucks at Blues - Game 4
On the ensuing four-minute penalty kill, Roberto Luongo made a plethora of spectacular saves, and the defense moved the puck out beautifully, keeping the game going when by all rights the Blues should have won. Eventually Kesler came out of the box, and with 19 seconds left in OT, Alex Burrows' goal ended the Blues season.
FINAL SCORE: Canucks 4, Blues 3 (OT)
With a moribund power play that had been 0-for-12 entering the night, San Jose finally got it right -- and right in time for their first win of the series. Patrick Marleau scored the second goal of the night thanks to a Corey Perry hooking penalty, and the Sharks may have turned the series around for themselves with a much-need goal from their captain.
FINAL SCORE: Sharks 4, Ducks 3