Bruins Lament Odd-Man Rushes Allowed On Power Play Vs. Blue Jackets

The Boston Bruins got a much-needed Game 4 victory against the Columbus Blue Jackets to even their second-round series Thursday night.

But the win did not come without some sloppy play from Boston.

While the B’s potted a pair of power play goals, they allowed a number of breakaways and odd-man rushes while on the man advantage, with Boone Jenner earning a penalty shot after he was tripped up by Brad Marchand on a shorthanded breakaway.

Boston had its problems with allowing shorthanded goals this season, leading the league with 15. The B’s know that can’t happen if they expect to extend their season.

To hear David Krejci’s comments on taking care of the puck, check out the “NESN Sports Today,” video above, presented by People’s United Bank.

Source: NESN

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