April 14, 2012; Boston, MA, USA; Washington Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin (8) skates with the puck against Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara (left)during the first period in game two of the 2012 Eastern Conference quarterfinals at TD Garden.
Coyotes center Daymond Langkow checks Blackhawks left winger Brandon Bollig, who scored a pretty goal to tie the game at 2-2. Chicago went on to notch a thrilling 4-3 overtime win.
Chicago's Corey Crawford makes a save on a shot by Phoenix's Lauri Korpikoski, but the Coyotes went on to take a 3-2 lead into the third period.
Backup goalie Jason LaBarbera of the Phoenix Coyotes tries to stop all the pucks teammates fire at him during warm-ups prior to facing the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 2. Think you'd be up for trying to stop a bunch of pucks at once?
Phoenix Coyotes' Oliver Ekman-Larsson collides with Chicago's Corey Crawford during the first period in Game 2. The Blackhawks found themselves trailing after going up 1-0.
Rostislav Klesla of the Coyotes falls to the ice while trying to take Marcus Kruger of the Chicago Blackhawks off the puck early in Game 2.
Goaltender Mike Smith made a few saves, but would later be involved in a hard collision with Chicago's Andrew Shaw. It resulted in a five-minute power play for the Coyotes that temporarily tilted the game in Phoenix's favor.
Got the split
The Senators accomplished their goal of taking home ice away from the Rangers. Will they be able to see the job through for three home games?
Winner, winner, chicken dinner!
Senators right winger Chris Neil shoots the puck past Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist to give the Senators the 3-2 win and level the series at one game each.
Fit to be tied
Ottawa defenseman Erik Karlsson celebrates with center Jason Spezza after scoring a goal against the New York Rangers during the second period of Game 2 in their series. Unfortunately for the Sens, the Rangers scored a short time later to go back ahead.
Get a physical
Ottawa's Jesse Winchester, Chris Phillips, and New York Rangers' Marian Gaborik collide during the first period of Game 2, but it looks like the Sens may have inflicted the most harm on each other.
Ryan McDonagh of the New York Rangers prepares himself to plant Ottawa's Colin Greening painfully into the boards. The Senators came back from being behind two times and eventually won the game 3-2 in overtime.
In your face
Erik Karlsson of the Senators feels the wrath of New York's Brandon Prust. Not long after, Karlsson was able to score the goal that tied the game at 1-1.
Saturday night fights
Even after the final whistle, a number of fights broke out between the Sharks and Blues. Both teams may be a little sore, but the bottom line is the series now heads back to San Jose level at 1-1.
Can't stop this
A puck shot by St. Louis Blues' David Backes, not shown, winds up in the back of the net after a dazzling assist from T.J. Oshie.
See it in your face
Torrey Mitchell of the Sharks and Vladimir Sobotka of the Blues face off in what became a very physical Game 2.
In the way
St. Louis' Andy McDonald is hit with the puck as San Jose goalie Antti Niemi tries his best to keep the Blues from expanding their early lead.
Blues goalie Jaroslav Halak makes a save against the San Jose Sharks during the first period. The Blues got the early lead through a horrendous defensive error by San Jose's defense.
Sharks center Joe Thornton and Blues center T.J. Oshie battle for the puck during the first period in Game 2, which the Blues must win if they don't want to find themselves in a deep hole.
Capitals star Alex Ovechkin takes some time to concentrate as he gets ready to face the Bruins in Game 2.
Washington's Nicklas Backstrom and Boston's David Krejci take their best whack at winning the faceoff to start Game 2.
Washington goalie Braden Holtby drops down to make a save in the first period. The 22-year-old held the Bruins to one goal in a 2-1 victory in double overtime.
You want a piece of me?
Washington's Alexander Semin holds back Boston's Greg Zanon as he gives Brooks Laich a piece of his mind.
Move it up
Alex Ovechkin takes the puck into the Bruins' zone.
All even now
Capitals center Nicklas Backstrom celebrates his goal in double overtime that evened the series at two games apiece. Washington won, 2-1. The series heads to Washington on Monday.