The Tampa Bay Lightning eliminated Columbus Blue Jackets from the Stanley Cup playoffs in five games on Wednesday, rallying from a two-goal, third-period deficit before beating the Blue Jackets with a score of 5-4.

Brayden Point scored the winning goal 5:12 into overtime in Toronto. Kevin Shattenkirk and Anthony Cirelli scored in the final eight minutes of regulation to wipe out a 4-2 deficit. Earlier, Columbus scored four consecutive times to overcome an early two-goal deficit of its own.

Tampa Bay Lightning make most of second chance, eliminate Columbus Blue Jackets


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