Bruins prospect helps team inch closer to the finals with a great heads up play in triple-overtime
— C More Sport (@cmoresport) March 30, 2019
- One of the best parts about playoff hockey is the fact that the shootout gets removed and the two teams battle it out until there’s a winner, regardless of how long the game goes for.
- In the Swedish Hockey League the playoffs are well underway
- Färjestad BK and HV71 went head-to-head in a crucial Game 5 with the series tied at two games apiece and the fans certainly got their money’s worth.
- In the 117th minute and sixth period of the game, Boston Bruins prospect Oskar Steen made a great heads-up play as he came in out of nowhere and took advantage of a bad breakout pass by potting his first goal of the playoffs.
- The 2016 165th pick overall is a very shifty player who uses his explosive acceleration in small spaces to create offensive chances.
- Could he one day crack the Bruins lineup?
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